In case people missed it, the Call for Papers has now been issued for this year's
Uniforum NZ conference . It says in part:
"UniForum is about systems interoperability and the future direction of
computing. ... We would particularly welcome abstracts about NDS, DNS
and Active Server implementation and integration. We look for technical
implementation abstracts on Linux, Win2K, Cluster computing and on web
based applications. ... If you have an idea which you believe will be of
interest and value to the NZ technical community please submit an
abstract. SAGE-NZ will also be participating with UniForum this year, so
system administration topics will have a dedicated stream, as well as
the inclusion of ISOCNZ and internet papers.
This residential conference provides an immersion environment where the speakers and
attendees have extended opportunities in the "social"
interludes to discuss the concepts being presented."
"Important Dates for most speakers:
NOW!! Registration of Interest
March 22nd Commitment to Present a Paper
April 5th Abstract and Speaker Profile Required
April 19th Notification of Presentation Acceptance
August 23rd Publication Materials Required"
for full details.
I believe this is the only conference left in New Zealand where there's room for
serious technical content. (I'd be interested if anyone knows of another one.)
- Donald Neal
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