Peter Scott sent in this call for participation for OSCON 2008.
O’Reilly Media has announced their Open Source Conference Call for Participation.
OSCON, which started as The Perl Conference in 1997, hosts the 12th annual Perl Conference this year. The OSCON Perl track review committee invites presenters to submit proposals for talks about the great things they’ve been doing with Perl. Make their job hard!
This will be the breakout year for Perl 6 (maybe this is the Christmas???), and we will feature it at OSCON. We don’t assume that we already know everyone who’s got a Perl 6 talk for us; if you’ve got something interesting to tell people about Perl 6, submit a proposal.
We are equally interested in Perl 5 presentations. This has been an exciting year for Perl 5: the Perl 5 Porters released Perl 5.10; perlbuzz readers recently heard all about Strawberry Perl; and Moose, a new object system for Perl 5, is gaining in popularity. We continue to hear stories about how Perl has saved jobs and money, and made work fun. Let’s see your presentations on enterprise-scale Perl applications and infrastructure, and the coolest modules, hacks, and techniques for using Perl for Stuff That Matters.
There’s something special about the Perl community, and you can see it at OSCON
thanks in no small part to the excellent presenters who turn out for it
each year… so join them in 2008! See http://en.oreilly.com/oscon2008/public/cfp/13 for essential advice on submitting your proposal. The deadline is February 4, so start working on those proposals now!
Peter Scott wrote Perl Medic and Perl Debugged and is a Perl trainer. He’s presented at the Perl Whirl, YAPC, and OSCON, for which this year he is on the Perl track review committee.