[OSGeo-Discuss] Fwd: Where 2.0 Call for Proposals Closing November 26
mlucas17 at mac.com
Mon Nov 19 19:22:33 PST 2007
I submitted one on ossimPlanet. Haven't heard back.
On Nov 19, 2007, at 10:12 PM, Tyler Mitchell wrote:
> Anyone planning to, or already submitted, proposals for the
> Begin forwarded message:
>> From: "O'Reilly Where 2.0 Conference" <conf-admin at oreilly.com>
>> Date: November 8, 2007 5:11:10 PM PST (CA)
>> Subject: Call for Proposals Closing November 26
>> Call for Proposals Closing November 26, 2007
>> The way to the future of the geospatial industry begins with a
>> Where 2.0 2008
>> May 12-14, 2008
>> Burlingame, CA
>> CALL FOR PROPOSALS
>> New needs, new markets, new sources of data and new sources of
>> Opportunity in the location-based, geospatial industry is unlimited.
>> Unfortunately, the ability to present your ideas at Where 2.0 is
>> not. The
>> deadline for Where 2.0 Call for Proposals is November 26, 2007.
>> your proposal to lead a conference session, run a tutorial, or
>> the cutting-edge technology you've been working on.
>> Let us hear from you. We want to know what you're working on.
>> Dazzle us
>> with that cool new mashup of personalization, cell phone, social
>> networking, and GIS data. Share the results of your academic
>> Demo your product. Launch your startup. Showcase your locative art
>> project. Find funding, locate talent and point the way to the
>> future. It
>> starts when you submit a proposal to Where 2.0.
>> WHAT IS WHERE 2.0?
>> The single most important conference that focuses on new
>> developments in
>> the geo-spatial industry. For three days, Where 2.0 takes place at
>> intersection of longitude, latitude, the Internet, ideas, and
>> value. Where 2.0 gathers the best and brightest minds in the
>> location-based industry to pitch ideas, present new products, and
>> the trends and technologies poised to revolutionize the geo-spatial
>> JUST ADDED - PRACTICAL TUTORIALS
>> Thanks to a groundswell of popular interest, we've devoted a day to
>> in-depth tutorials at Where 2.0. Tutorials are half-day sessions
>> that last
>> a full three hours. Designed for participants to immerse themselves
>> GIS technologies, these tutorials provide attendees with the
>> skills, and tools they need to return to work equipped to succeed.
>> If you would like to lead a tutorial, we are looking for proposals
>> on the
>> following topics:
>> =Geo Support in Web Application Frameworks
>> =Today's Best GeoStack Tools
>> =Mapping APIs
>> =GeoTargeting Methods
>> =Privacy Implications & the Law
>> =Getting the most out of GeoBrowsers
>> =Managing Geo Data Tools, Tips, Techniques
>> =Staying Up to Date with Protocols & Formats
>> Join us at Where 2.0. Present your ideas, share your research,
>> your art, and meet the people who are changing the way we find our
>> way in
>> the world. Submit a proposal to make a presentation, lead conference
>> sessions, or deliver tutorials at the next Where 2.0.
>> Call for proposals closes November 26, 2007.
>> Registration opens January 2008.
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