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LinuxWorld 2001 - New York [Fwd: CALL FOR PAPERS]

FYI, if anyone is interested in submitting any presentations for
LinuxWorld, NY, the deadline is August 25th. (But the show is
in February 2001).


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Date: 31 Jul 2000 13:12:36 -0400
From: LinuxWorld <J453-R11968@iqmailer.net>
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LinuxWorld Conference & Expo Announces Call for Papers for New York 2001 Event

LinuxWorld Conference & Expo
January 30 - February 2, 2001
Jacob Javits Convention Center
New York, NY

IDG World Expo announces its call for papers for the fifth LinuxWorld
Conference & Expo to be held January 30 - February 2, 2001 in New York, NY. 
Linux industry leaders and innovators will have the opportunity to present
their experiences and knowledge during the winter LinuxWorld Conference & Expo.

Experts, developers and users of Linux or Open Source software.
Speakers are asked to discuss and comment on developments, trends, and the
future of Open Source Software and Linux technology.  Topics are open and IDG
invites all inquires.

General Sessions are divided into the following tracks:
- Kernel/Cluster
- User Interfaces
- Perl/PHP/Python (Scripting)
- System Administration
- ASP/Web Serving
- Business/Legal Issues

Drawing more than 15,000+ attendees, LinuxWorld Conference & Expo is the
premiere event promoting the exchange of ideas among members of the Linux
community.  The upcoming LinuxWorld Conference & Expo, in New York, NY from
January 30 - February 2, 2001, once again, is looking for speakers with
extensive Linux experience and background.

Interested speakers can submit a proposal form online at

August 25, 2000 is the deadline to submit all proposals.

Additional information on LinuxWorld Conference & Expo can be found at


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