[OSGeo-Discuss] [Fwd: GeoWeb CFP Deadline Is This Friday, March 12th]

Paul Ramsey pramsey at cleverelephant.ca
Tue Mar 9 15:28:12 PST 2010

I'm too boring to figure out a paper talk myself, but I did enjoy the
panel a couple years ago. I'm happy to poke a stick in any hornets
nest you feel would be amusing...


On Tue, Mar 9, 2010 at 3:03 PM, Michael P. Gerlek <mpg at lizardtech.com> wrote:
> [ Some of you know I've been involved in this conference in the past, and indeed am again this year.  I like it because it is a very different sort of conference: an unusual mix of industry, academia, government, and "other".  If you're interested in submitting or have any questions, feel free to ping me. ]
> -mpg
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>> From: discuss-bounces at lists.osgeo.org [mailto:discuss-
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>> Subject: [OSGeo-Discuss] [Fwd: GeoWeb CFP Deadline Is This Friday,
>> March 12th]
>> FYI - if you need an excuse to go to Vancouver, submit your abstracts
>> for GeoWeb this week.  Several OSGeo friends are usually there.
>> Tyler
>> -------
>> July 26-30 · Vancouver, B.C. Canada · http://www.geowebconference.org
>> GeoWeb 2010 Conference Submission Deadline
>> Abstracts are Due this Friday (March 12th)
>> Want to be in the Program? Time is Running Out!
>> The deadline is fast approaching. Abstracts can be submitted online no
>> later than 4pm PST Friday, March 12th. The emphasis for GeoWeb 2010 is
>> Going Real Time. GeoWeb is about the technologies for information
>> sharing and collaboration respecting events and activities in the real
>> world. It is about designing our world and reacting to the changes in
>> the world around us. It is about managing our way in the world using
>> the
>> best information about the current and probable future state(s) of the
>> world.
>> All submissions must include a title, theme, a detail abstract (<200
>> words) and a short description (<75 words). Presentation sessions will
>> be 35 minutes in length. Workshops will be 3 hours in length and should
>> focus on a key technology or standard.
>> Presenters will be chosen based on a formal selection process led by
>> the
>> 2010 GeoWeb Planning Committee and will be notified of the status of
>> their submission by March 25, 2010. Please note that all approved
>> presenters will be provided with a 25% discount on the registration fee
>> but are responsible for their own travel and expenses.
>> To learn more about GeoWeb, the details for the Call for Submissions,
>> please visit GeoWebConference.org. Questions can be directed to James
>> Sakamoto.
>> Be Connected, Spread the Word
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