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Be a Speaker at OSDC 2013

We look forward to welcoming you to the OSDC as a speaker. Fill in the form below to register your interest in presenting at the Open SourceData Center  Conference 2013. CfP runs until December 31st 2012. Please note the guidelines for speeches.


Conference participation - additional registration as attendee

To ensure your place at the conference, please register also as a conference attendee. Should we accept your presentation, you will be offered a complimentary conference package A to participate free in the conference. 


Lectures and In-depth workshops

The length of your speech should be limited to about 50-55 minutes. Subsequently to each presentation a question and answer session is scheduled with the audience. The conference will be held in German and English.


We welcome if the submitted abstracts are very technical, as the participants should have a real benefit, e.g. give an insight into a new topic or OSS project, technical background, how-to, etc.

 

Please fill in the form below to register your interest in presenting at the Open Source Data Center Conference 2013. The fields marked with an * are required.




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Guidelines

Submission guidelines for speeches and workshops at the OSDC:


1. All software presented must be freely available for download and therefore meet open source standards such as GPL.
2. Presentations accepted for this conference are strictly educational. Content of promotional nature will not be accepted.
3. Presentations are expected to be approximately 60 minutes long.
4. To ensure diversity and appeal to a general and varied audience, preference will be given to first time submissions which meet Program guidelines.