For your convenience, the OSS 2012 call for papers (I’m on the program committee).
Hammamet, Tunisia, 10-13 September 2012
Scope of OSS 2012
Over the past two decades, Free/Libre Open Source Software (FLOSS) has introduced new successful models for creating, distributing, acquiring and using software and software-based services. Inspired by the success of FLOSS, other forms of open initiatives have been gaining momentum. Open source systems (OSS) now extend beyond software to include open access, open documents, open science, open education, open government, open cloud, open hardware, open artworks and museum exhibits, open innovation and more. On the one hand, the openness movement has created new kinds of opportunities such as the emergence of new business models, knowledge exchange mechanisms, and collective development approaches. On the other hand, the movement has introduced new kinds of challenges, especially as different problem domains embrace openness as a pervasive problem solving strategy. OSS can be complex yet widespread and often cross-cultural. Consequently, they require an interdisciplinary understanding of their technical, economic, legal and socio-cultural dynamics.
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For your convenience, the ECOOP 2012 call for papers (I’m on the program committee).
Call for Papers 征稿启事
The European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming (ECOOP) is the premium international conference covering all areas of object technology and related software development technologies. ECOOP 2012 will take place from 11-16 June, 2012 in Beijing, China — only the second time ECOOP has been held outside Europe. ECOOP 2012 embraces a broad range of topics related to object-orientation, including:
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For your convenience, the SPLC 2012 call for papers (I’m on the program committee).
Call for Contributions (SPLC 2012)
We invite the following classes of contributions:
- Research papers: (max. 10 pages, 5 for short papers) describe original research contributions (theoretical, conceptual) to the field of software product line engineering. We also call for short research papers, which are intended to report ideas in their early stages. Submission deadline: Feb. 20th, 2012.
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Call for Papers as PDF
Modern organizations rely on complex configurations of distributed IT systems that implement key business processes, provide databases, data warehousing, and business intelligence. The current business environment requires organizations to comply with a range of externally defined regulations such as Sarbanes-Oxley and BASEL II.
Organizations need to be increasingly agile, robust, and be able to react to complex events, possibly in terms of dynamic reconfiguration.
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- Paper submission deadline: April 8, 2011
- Conference location: Salvador, BA, Brazil
- Conference dates: 6-7 October 2011
- Conference website: OSS 2011
Over the past decade, the Open Source Software (OSS) phenomenon has had a global impact on the way organisations and individuals create, distribute, acquire and use software and software-based services. OSS has challenged the conventional wisdom of the software engineering and software business communities, has been instrumental for educators and researchers, and has become an important aspect of e-government and information society initiatives. OSS is a complex phenomenon and requires a interdisciplinary understanding of its engineering, technical, economic, legal and socio-cultural dynamics.
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The 7th International Symposium on Wikis and Open Collaboration
October 3-5, 2011 | Mountain View, California
The International Symposium on Wikis and Open Collaboration (WikiSym) is the premier conference on open collaboration and related technologies. In 2011, WikiSym celebrates its 7th year of scholarly, technical and community innovation in Mountain View, California at the Microsoft Research Campus in Silicon Valley.
Submissions are invited for the following categories:
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ICSE is the premier software engineering conference. Next year, it will be held in Hawaii, so expect a full house! Below, please find the call for research and technical papers from the program co-chairs Harald Gall and Nenad Medvidovic.
ICSE is the premier forum for researchers to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, results, experiences and concerns in the field of software engineering.
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The ACM CHIMIT 2010 organizers are soliciting submissions for Papers, Short Papers, Panels, Courses, Posters, and presentations of recently published papers in other venues. Please see the submission page for detailed submission instructions on each kind of contribution. I’m on the program committee.
The Paper & Short Paper Deadline is July 3.
ACM CHIMIT ’10
Computer-Human Interaction for Management of Information Technology
November 12-13, 2010, San Jose, CA (co-located with USENIX LISA in San Jose)
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The AOSD 2011 conference is looking to explore novel ideas in modularity beyond what’s now “traditional” notions of separations of concerns. For this, they have created a new track, see below, which is open for early work that might not make it into the regular conference proceedings. I’m on the program committee and encourage you to submit matching work.
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