Suggest/Vote On Oracle OpenWorld 2008 Sessions

A new milestone on the ongoing journey to make Oracle OpenWorld 2008 (tag openworld08) more community-oriented is now in the rear-view mirror: 35 slots have been reserved for user-suggested sessions, and you can pitch your own and vote on others at Oracle Mix:

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The top vote-getters will be added to the agenda. (Of course, if you don't make the cut, you can always present at the Oracle OpenWorld Unconference.)

You can read more about this feature, as well as how to get your "I'm attending Oracle OpenWorld" profile badge, in this post by AppsLab Jake. And, oh yeah, registration is open!

Update: Just learned that a FAQ [wiki.oracle.com] is available about this process.

Comments:

Justin, why doesn't this blog appear on your FriendFeed page? http://friendfeed.com/oracletechnet

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Perhaps FF does not link "rss.xml" URLs because it errors out during import for me.

Posted by Justin Kestelyn on May 01, 2008 at 10:16 PM PDT #

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