Final Call for Papers for Security Track at ApacheCon Europe 2008

Final Call for Papers for Security Track at ApacheCon Europe 2008
Final Call for Papers for Security Track at ApacheCon Europe 2008

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Forwarded from: Lars Eilebrecht 

The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) invites submissions for the 
Security track of ApacheCon Europe 2008. To be held 7 April through 11 
April, 2008 at the new M=C3=B6venpick Hotel Amsterdam City Centre. ApacheCon 
serves as a forum for showcasing the ASF's latest developments, 
including its projects, membership, and community. Offering unparalleled 
educational opportunities, with dedicated presentations, hands-on 
trainings, and sessions that address core technology, development, 
business/marketing, and licensing issues in Open Source.

The conference program includes competitively selected presentations, 
trainings/workshops, and a small number of invited speakers. All 
sessions undergo a peer review process by the ApacheCon Conference 
Planning team.

ApacheCon welcomes submissions for security-focused trainings and 
presentations related to the following areas and topics:

 * ASF-wide projects such as HTTP Server, Jakarta, Tomcat, Geronimo, 
   Harmony, SpamAssassin, Portals, and Web Services
 * General Web security and secure Web development
 * Scripting languages and dynamic content such as Java, Perl, Python, 
   Ruby, and PHP
 * Case studies demonstrating the use of Apache software

NOTE: Marketing-oriented submissions aimed at promoting specific 
organizations or products will not be accepted.

Submission Guidelines

Submissions must include title; speaker(s) name(s) with affiliation
and email address; format (Training vs. General Session) and duration
1-hour general session, or half-, full-day, or two-day training);
intended audience and maximum number of participants (Trainings only);
expertise level (beginner to advanced); background knowledge expected
of the participants (Trainings only); a brief summary (50 words or
less); full description including abstract and objectives (200 words
or less); and speaker bio(s) (100 words or less).

Types of Presentations: Trainings and Workshops, General Sessions, Case 
Studies and Industry Profiles.

Speakers whose proposals are accepted have registration fees waived, 
reasonable travel and part of their lodging expenses paid.

Important Dates

Proposal submission deadline: Friday, 26 October, 2007
Notification of acceptance: Friday, 23 November, 2007
Materials for Web site: Friday, 7 March, 2008
Materials for Trainings: Friday, 22 March, 2008
Conference Date: Monday to Friday, 7-11 April 2008
Trainings: Monday and Tuesday, 7+8 April, 2008
General Sessions: Wednesday to Friday, 9-11 April, 2008

To submit your completed proposal, please log on to the
ApacheCon CFP system: 

If you are not yet subscribed to the ApacheCon announcement mailing
list, send an email message to 

About ApacheCon Europe 2008

ApacheCon is co-produced by the Apache Software Foundation and Stone
Circle Productions. The ApacheCon Planning team comprises ASF Members
from all over the world working on a wholly-volunteer basis.
For more information, visit or the 
ApacheCon Europe Web site at 

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