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|Warpstock 2004 Call for Papers and Presentations (from Mark Dodel)|
|From: \"Mark Dodel\"
May 11, 2004 - Warpstock 2004, the eighth edition of the annual Warpstock
event, will be held in Denver, Colorado, October 21st thru 24th, 2004.
The Warpstock conference is a gathering of OS/2 users, developers, and
vendors from around the world for the purpose of education and advocacy.
More information is available at the Warpstock web site:
<http://www.warpstock.org> We are now accepting papers for presentation
at the 2004 event.
Presentations range from introductions to general computing topics (such
as home networking, wireless networking, hardware support and installation
issues) to advanced programming classes (such as programming in C/C++) and
using cross-platform development tools (such as Java, PERL, XML, XUL, PHP
and REXX). A sample of previous years\' sessions included topics on
OpenOffice.Org, Virtual Machine technology, OS/2 and Novell networking
integration, and product demonstrations (including Stalker Software\'s
CommuniGate Pro and Serenity System\'s eComStation (the newest OEM version
of OS/2)). If you want to contribute but you\'re stumped for topics, take
a look at our Web site at
Please submit a brief (250 word) synopsis of the topic, as well as your
name, contact information (E-mail address or phone number) and a single
paragraph explaining who you are and why you feel qualified to explain
this topic. Please state the expected time duration of your
presentation. This year we have expanded the event to four days to allow
for inclusion of some 4 hour classes as well as the traditional 60-90
minute sessions. Send your presentation submission to Paul Curtis at
Initial Abstracts Due: May 30, 2004
Class Proposals Due: June 10, 2004
Notification to Authors: June 30, 2004
Full Papers Due: August 15, 2004
Presentation files Due: September 15, 2004 (Freelance, OpenOffice.org
Impress or Power Point)
Paul Curtis, Presentation Coordinator
Douglas Clark, Event Chair
Mark Dodel, MBA, President, Warpstock, Inc.
This year\'s Warpstock event will be held at Sheraton Denver Tech Center
Hotel, October 21st thru 24th, 2004. For information on registering for
this year\'s meeting please see:
If you would like to receive updates on the progress of this years
Warpstock event you can subscribe to our eNewsletter by sending the
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From the eComStation Desktop of: Mark Dodel, president, Warpstock Inc.
Warpstock 2004, Denver, Colorado, October 21 - 24, 2004 http://www.warpstock.org
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|netlabs.org: Request for content management support (from Adrian Gschwend)|
As you might have notice there is quite a lot of stuff that happens at netlabs.org at the moment. We have some fancy new projects and there will be more in the future. This is possible because we started to hire people for specific projects. There is an excellent article about that concept in the current VOICE Newsletter 05/2004. It is nice to see that I am not the only one who thinks this concept might work :-)
At the moment I prepare some new projects but once again I have to notice that I am a coordinator but not a marketing guy. Which means I get bored of writing some nice texts about the projects. This is not my main competence and you might easily note that while browsing our project pages ;)
That\'s why I am looking for people who could help me in correcting the project pages a bit at netlabs.org and also extending the description of new and existing projects in the future. All you need to do that is a *minimal* HTML know how (it\'s enough if you know
and \") and some english for correcting my mistakes :)