November 1, 2001

Pluto meeting 2001

Author: JT Smith

The Pluto Meeting 2001 (http://meeting.pluto.linux.it) will be held in the
Italian town of Terni starting December 7 and on through the 9. The meeting
will be held in the ITC Technical College "Federico Cesi"
(http://fcesi.wnet.it).

Pluto Meeting 2001 is an event devoted to the diffusion of Free Software.

This event will include talks and courses on the use of Free Software in both
the enterprise and single-user contexts. A series of meetings will be held on
topis chosen by the partecipants and companies will be meeting users in the
exibitor's area.

We are currently seeking experts willing to hold talks of half an hour to one
hour in length during one of the days of Pluto Meeting 2001.

Those interested in submitting a proposal for a talk can write to the
secratary of the conference at segreteria@pluto.linux.it. Please include a
detailed abstract.

Your abstract will necessarily include:

* Your name and e-mail;
* A brief description of your past involvement in Free Software;
* A concise summary (one page maximum) of the talk you are willing to hold;

Abstracts will be revised by the organizing committe of the Meeting and
authors will receive feedback on their proposals ASAP.

We are currently also seeking experts willing to hold courses of three to
four hours in length during one of the days of Pluto Meeting 2001.
These courses can be either at the introductory level (amied at unexperienced
future users) or assume an experts knowledge of a subject that will be
analyzed in further detail. In either case the requirement is made of making
the learning experience as interactive as possible (in essence we are not
looking for just a four-hour long lecture).

Those interested in submitting a proposal for a course can write to the
secratary of the conference at segreteria@pluto.linux.it. Please include a
detailed abstract.

Your abstract will necessarily include:

* Your name and e-mail;
* A brief description of your past involvement in Free Software;
* A concise summary (one page maximum) of the course you are willing to hold.

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