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Open Source Monitoring Conference 2010 on Nagios Call for Papers

 

We look forward to welcoming you to the OSMC as a speaker. Fill in the form below to register your interest in presenting at the Open Source Monitoring Conference 2010 on Nagios. Please note the guidelines for speeches (60 mins) and practical workshops (2-3 hours). 

 




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



Please first ensure your presentation or workshop meets  Program Commitee guidelines.


These guidelines ensure the quality, flow and diversity of the Conference. 
Your proposal will be reviewed by the Program Committee and notification of your participation will be made as soon as possible.


Fields marked with '*' are required


General details
First name*
Surname*
E-mail address*
Company*
Street*
Postal code*
City*
Telephone
Cell*
Please include a short description of yourself, your interests, and your relation to open source monitoring
Short biography*
Please describe your presentation or workshop
Subject*
Abstract*
Your presentation is recommended for attendees with:
Basic skills (Beginner)
Good skills (Advanced)
Very good skills (Professional)
As a speaker will I require accomodation*
Yes
No
Room (when staying overnight)Smoker
Non-Smoker
 
I would like to be shown on the attendee list*
Yes
No
Register me as a participant, regardless of the outcome of the speech selection process.*
Yes
No
If yes, please specify an invoice address:
Billing adress
In the event that I do not speak at the OSMC, I would like to attend with the following conference package
Bronze
Silver
Gold


Guidelines

Submission guidelines for speeches and workshops at the OSMC on Nagios:


1. All software presented must be freely available for download and therefore meet open source standards such as GPL.
2. Presentations and workshops 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. Workshops are expected to be approximately 2 - 3 hours long
5. To ensure diversity and appeal to a general and varied audience, preference will be given to first time submissions which meet Program Committee guidelines.