CALL: Jasig's 2011 "Spotlight on Open Source"

Wed, 2010-12-22 16:01 -- carol

Westminster, CO The theme for Jasig's 2011 conference is "Spotlight on Open Source. The conference will be held from Monday, May 23 through Wednesday, May 25, 2011
 at the Westin Westminster Hotel in Westminster Colorado.

http://www.jasig.org/jasigs-spotlight-open-source

Jasig's 2011 "Spotlight on Open Source" will be followed by InCommon Advance CAMP: Identity Services Summit 2011, May 25 - 27 (separate registration).

Supplementary half-day Jasig Seminars will be held on Sunday, May 22 and the afternoon of Wednesday, May 25; Developer Workshops, May 26-27

Call for Proposals Now Open

•Deadline for submission of proposals for half or full day seminars: Friday, January 7, 2011

•Deadline for submission of proposals for all other sessions: Friday, January 14, 2011

At Jasig's "Spotlight on Open Source" you can:

•Attend hands-on training for applications from Jasig and from colleagues in other open source communities.

•Discuss common problems and solutions with peers from around the world

•See how other campuses are deploying the open source applications that are important to you

•Learn from inspiring speakers

We invite you to propose talks, seminars, birds-of-a-feather sessions, demos, and poster session displays on open source campus applications, issues facing you and your campus, innovative work that your team has done.

Talks will be presented in one of five tracks:

• Jasig Projects
Bedework, CAS, uPortal, Portlets.  We're looking for presentations on development, implementation, integration, and governance

•The Incubator
For presentations on projects in the Jasig Incubator (OpenRegistry, IT Ecosystem, HelpDesk, Portlets, etc.) and those that would like to be (Yours...?)

•Friends and Partners
We welcome proposals from our colleagues at Sakai, Internet2 Middleware, Fluid, OpenCast, Kuali, Duraspace, and other projects that benefit the academic mission

•Communities of Interest 
Promoting Open Source success (2-3-98), Issues in Identity Management (FIFER), Openness, Agile Processes, Teaching and Learning

•Technologies for Open Source
What are the open source technologies that will impact us in the coming years?  What new technologies are you using or evaluating for open source development?

Proposals require a title, an abstract (under 1000 words), a presenter profile for each speaker, and some basic affiliation information.

Submit your proposal directly at https://www.concentra-cms.com/cfp/proposal/48

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