M. Moonshi writes
"The Asian Enterprise Open Source Conference 2003 committee would appreciate
your circulating the message below on your local Linux User Group mailing list.
Asian Enterprise Open Source Conference 2003
October 29th-31st, 2003 Singapore
This annual conference and expo aims to draw world-renowned experts in the
exciting field of Open Source and showcase the state-of-the-art of Open Source
Computing in the IT hub of South-East Asia, Singapore. AEOSC started out
as the Singapore Linux Conference in 1999 and was run as that in 2000 and
2001. This year, with the global recognition of Linux and Open Source in
general, the Singapore Linux Conference has been reinvented as the Asian
Enterprise Open Source Conference.
In this fourth edition, the conference will focus on the growth of Open Source
Software as a broadly available, trusted, secure and value for money platform.
Papers are invited
for presentation during the Conference, which will be held on Wednesday 29th,
Thursday, 30th, and Friday, 31st October 2003. Following
the event success in the past, there will be two tracks, "Business" and "Technical".
The topics below are meant to indicate the possible variety of areas and should
not be regarded as exhaustive.
- Linux, *BSD,
Mac OS X
- Apache, Perl,
PHP, Python, MySQL, JBoss
- Policy issues
from a adoption as well as a governmental/regional perspective
issues: bringing the SchoolForge and OpenSchools effort to a local/regional
- Hosting of
the Asia Open Source Symposium follow-on event
- Linux Users'
Group (Singapore) Awards
Prospective authors are requested to submit abstract papers in less than 300
words for review. Electronic submissions are strongly encouraged through
email. Once selected, hard-copy submissions are also allowed, and three copies
of the manuscript should be sent to the address below.
You may like to take a note of the following dates:
of abstract paper - June 1st, 2003
of full paper - August 1st, 2003
Papers will be rigorously reviewed by the Technical Program Committee, and
reviewers' comments will be relayed to the authors on request in the interest
Tutorial sessions will be held on Wednesday 29th October. Tutorials have a
strong technical bias, and are intended for a more mature audience, in terms
of Computing and Programming exposure. We will also consider tutorials that
are in the introductory in nature as well.
tutorial speakers are invited to submit proposals to the Conference Secretariat.
Each proposal should include:
- a summary
course outline and
- a brief biography
of the speaker.
Proposals complete with the required documents should be sent to the address
ATTN: Mr. Mohsenruddin Moonshi
TechWorx Solutions Pte Ltd
9 Temasek Boulevard
#31-02 Suntec Tower Two
Tel: +65 9745 2310
Fax: +65 6356 7045
All correspondence will be acknowledged and thank you for your attention.