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BSDCan is an enormously successful grass-roots style conference. It brings together a great mix of *BSD developers and users for a nice blend of both developer-centric and user-centric presentations, food, and activities.

Please follow the instructions for submitting a proposal to BSDCan 2012.

BSDCan 2012 will be held 11-12 May 2012, in Ottawa. We are now requesting proposals for talks. We do not require academic or formal papers. If you wish to submit a formal paper, you are welcome to, but it is not required.

The talks should be written with a very strong technical content bias. Proposals of a business development or marketing nature are not appropriate for this venue.

Schedule

The schedule is:

19 Dec 2011Proposals acceptance begins
31 Jan 2012Proposals acceptance ends
19 Feb 2012Authors of accepted proposals contacted

FAQ

We hope the following answers a few frequently asked questions.

  • If your talk is accepted, you are expected to present your talk in person.
  • Speakers do not register or pay conference fees.
  • We can pay for your flight and accommodation. You pay for your own food and drink. You do not register or pay conference fees.
  • There will be a digital projector available in each lecture room.
  • There will be a wireless LAN available at the conference.
  • What constitutes a proposal? Here are the proposals from a previous year. We will also require a short biography.
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