Historically Inkscape has had a pretty large presence at SCALE, I
imagine we will this year as well. One thing that I'd like to see is
more Inkscape speakers and free graphics in general. Heck, I'd love to
see enough submissions for a free graphics track! :)
The CFP is until the end of November, so there is time. Start to think
about what you can present!
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Subject: [Scale-announce] So Cal Linux Expo Announces Call For Papers
Date: Thu, 26 Jul 2007 21:47:04 -0700
July 26th, 2007
The Linux Expo of Southern California has opened the Call For Papers for=20
the 6th Annual Southern California Linux Expo, to be held February 8th,=20
9th, & 10th, 2008. As with SCALE 5x, S6x will be held at the Westin=20
Hotel at Los Angeles International Airport.
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proposal. Over their last couple of events, the Linux Expo has had many=20
more applications than they have had speaker slots available. See=20
http://socallinuxexpo.com/scale6x/documents/scale6x-cfp.pdf for details=20
on how to apply for a speaking opportunity at SCALE.
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On Jul 27, 2007, at 10:05 AM, Ted Gould wrote:
> Historically Inkscape has had a pretty large presence at SCALE, I
> imagine we will this year as well. One thing that I'd like to see is
> more Inkscape speakers and free graphics in general. Heck, I'd
> love to
> see enough submissions for a free graphics track! :)
> The CFP is until the end of November, so there is time. Start to
> about what you can present!
I need to get something in this year. I'll probably get something set
on color, ICC profiles, etc.
Anyone have other ideas? Perhaps just calling out what people are
trying to cover will help others fill in the gaps.