JavaOne Open Source Track

This is the last week for paper submissions for JavaOne. Something you may not have noticed is there is a new track this year:

Open Source and Community Development

Open source initiatives, empowered by wide-scale sharing and participation, are transforming business models and leading the pace of innovation. Why? Because it offers freedom to every user and developer by encouraging genuinely collaborative innovation. The open source model offers an entirely new way for developers to collaborate and build upon the best of the commons. The result: open source is reaping tremendous leaps in innovation, and standards-based, interoperable solutions.

We are looking for submissions on the following topics:

  • Free/Open Source Java
  • OpenSolaris
  • GNU/Linux
  • OpenOffice
  • mySQL & PostgreSQL
  • Apache Derby

Get those session proposals in right now! Given a decent range of proposals I'll put something creative together. I'd also like to hear from any FOSS community that is planning a casual meeting in San Francisco the same week as JavaOne, so we can collaborate.

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