We have just sent out the Call For Papers for BSDCon '03, taking place in San Mateo, CA September 8-12. It would also be a great help to us if we could have this conference posted on your calendar of events and have the call for papers listed on your site. Included below is the call for papers we sent out last week, which also included some general information about the conference. I will also be happy to answer any questions and provide you with any other information you may need.

Alex Walker


The BSDCon 2003 Program Committee invites you to contribute original and
innovative papers on topics related to BSD-derived systems and the Open
Source world. Topics of interest include but are not limited to:

* Embedded BSD application development and deployment
* Real world experiences using BSD systems
* Using BSD in a mixed OS environment
* Comparison with non-BSD operating systems; technical,
practical, licensing (GPL vs. BSD)
* Tracking open source development on non-BSD systems
* BSD on the desktop
* I/O subsystem and device driver development
* SMP and kernel threads
* Kernel enhancements
* Internet and networking services
* Security
* Performance analysis and tuning
* System administration
* Future of BSD

For more information about the BSDCon 2003 Call for Papers, visit:

Submissions in the form of extended abstracts are due by April 1, 2003.
Be sure to review the extended abstract expectations before submitting.
Selection will be based on the quality of the written submission and
whether the work is of interest to the community. For detailed author
guidelines, including sample extended abstracts and final papers visit:

We look forward to receiving your submissions!


Gregory Neil Shapiro
BSDCon 2003 Program Chair

Alex Walker
Production Editor
USENIX Association
2560 Ninth Street, Suite 215
Berkeley, CA 94710
510/528-8649 x33

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