Eclipse News Desk
EclipseCon 2006 Call For Participation
Targeted at a Cross-Section of People Who Use, Build or Are Considering Eclipse
Sep. 12, 2005 12:00 AM
EclipseCon.org has announced that EclipseCon, the premier technical and user conference focusing on the power of the Eclipse platform, will be held March 20-23, 2006 at the Santa Clara Convention Center. The conference is targeted at a various cross section of people who use, build or are considering Eclipse, from implementers to users, and everyone in between.
A statement on the EclipseCon official website has the following information:
If participants would like to take a more active role in EclipseCon, they are invited to help select the conference program. The selection this year is being done in an open and transparent way using the Eclipse open source project rules. Specifically, all submission is done through a modified Bugzilla system (hereafter known as Eclipsezilla). Anyone in the community is welcome to review the submissions, ask for more information, provide comments and critiques, and even vote on which ones they would like to see at the conference - just as anyone in community is invited and encouraged to do for Eclipse bugs and features via Bugzilla.
Those who would like to take an even more active role at EclipseCon, can consider submitting a presentation. Potential speakers should make sure that they enter their submission into Eclipsezilla sufficiently early that the community-as-a-whole has time for review. “
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