CodeCon Call for Papers
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Tue Nov 11 13:46:14 EST 2003
February 20-22, 2004
San Francisco CA, USA
Call For Papers
CodeCon is the premier showcase of active hacker projects. It is an
excellent opportunity for developers to demonstrate their work and keep
abreast of what's going on in their communities.
All presentations must include working demonstrations, ideally open
source. Presenters must be one of the active developers of the code in
question. We emphasize that demonstrations be of *working* code.
CodeCon strongly encourages presenters from non-commercial and academic
backgrounds to attend for the purposes of collaboration and the sharing of
knowledge by providing free registration to workshop presenters and
discounted registration to full-time students.
We hereby solicit papers and demonstrations.
Papers and proposals due: December 15, 2003
Authors notified: January 1, 2004
Possible topics include, but are by no means restricted to:
community-based web sites - forums, weblogs, personals
development tools - languages, debuggers, version control
file sharing systems - swarming distribution, distributed search
security products - mail encryption, intrusion detection, firewalls
Presentations will be a 45 minutes long, with 15 minutes allocated for
Q&A. Overruns will be truncated.
Submissions are being accepted immediately. Acceptance dates are November
15 and December 15. After the first acceptance date, submissions will be
either accepted, rejected, or deferred to the second acceptance date.
The conference language is English.
Ideally, demonstrations should be usable by attendees with 802.11b
connected devices either via a web interface, or locally on Windows,
UNIX-like, or MacOS platforms. Cross-platform applications are most
Our venue will be 21+.
If you have a specific day on which you would prefer to present, please
To submit, send mail to submissions at codecon.org including the following
url of project home page
tagline - one sentence or less summing up what the project does
names of presenter(s) and urls of their home pages, if they have any
one-paragraph bios of presenters (optional)
project history, no more than a few sentences
what will be done in the project demo
major achievement(s) so far
claim(s) to fame, if any
Program Chair: Bram Cohen
General Chair: Len Sassaman
Jeremy Bornstein, Perpetual Entertainment
Bram Cohen, Valve
Jered Floyd, Permabit
Len Sassaman, Anonymizer
Brandon Wiley, Foundation for Decentralization Research
If your organization is interested in sponsoring CodeCon, we would love to
hear from you. In particular, we are looking for sponsors for social meals
and parties on any of the three days of the conference, as well as
sponsors of the conference as a whole, prizes or awards for quality
presentations, scholarships for qualified applicants, and assistance with
transportation or accommodation for presenters with limited resources. If
you might be interested in sponsoring any of these aspects, please contact
the conference organizers at codecon-admin at codecon.org.
CodeCon strives to be a conference for developers, with strong audience
participation. As such, we need to limit the number of complimentary
passes for non-developer attendees. Press passes are limited to one pass
per publication, and must be approved prior to the registration deadline
(to be announced later). If you are a member of the press, and interested
in covering CodeCon, please contact us early by sending email to
press at codecon.org. Members of the press who do not receive press-passes
are welcome to participate as regular conference attendees. Questions:
If you have questions about CodeCon, or would like to contact the
organizers, please mail codecon-admin at codecon.org. Please note this
address is only for questions and administrative requests, and not for
workshop presentation submissions.
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