The Fifth European Gnome Users and Developers Conference
June 28-30, 2004, Kristiansand, Norway

Abstract submission deadline: February 16th, 2004

The European Gnome Users and Developers Conference (GUADEC) invite you 
to participate in the Fifth Conference on June 28-30, 2004, 
Kristiansand, Norway

The GNOME User and Developer European Conference (GUADEC) will bring 
together developers, GNOME Foundation leaders and  individual, business 
and government GNOME and open source software users. The conference is 
a unique forum for highlighting the capabilities and direction of 
GNOME, the user environment for desktops, networked servers and 
portable Internet devices.  GUADEC will also feature discussions of the 
future direction of open source development.

We're looking for people to give

-   Talks, Tutorials, Posters, Panels, Planning Sessions / BOFS

Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

GNOME  core:  Latest developments on the GNOME desktop, core GNOME 
applications, related libraries, security, Mobility and Wireless Access 
Free Software in the Information Society: Development of policies and 
cases related to Patents, Open Standards, Migration strategies and 
experiences (e.g. Office documents), Software in Public sector such as 
schools and hospitals, Information Society progress including 
developing countries.
Graphics:  Development and deployment of applications in particular: 
Multimedia, Games, Film, GIMP 
Freestyle: Interesting Free Software issues not covered in the other 
tracks and open for a less formal forms of presentation

GUADEC seeks original papers describing research in all areas based on 
GNOME or related to Open Source. Papers should not have been published 
or be in submission at another conference or journal. Accepted papers 
will appear on the Web site and we plan to publish them in conference 
proceedings. For papers to appear in the proceedings, we need to be 
strict on the submission format. Format details available on the above 
web site.

We encourage you to submit the 'source' for the paper as well (eg.  
HTML, LaTeX, DocBook, MagicPoint, etc). Any featured software in papers 
must be available under a licence compatible with the Open Source 
Definition ( Any papers that are 
accompanied by non-disclosure agreement forms will be rejected. All 
successful papers must be eligible for republication on-line and on 
distribution media given to conference attendees. The GNOME Foundation 
requires publication rights to accepted papers, including the 
publication of the audio proceedings as well as publication and 
reproduction rights to any video filmed during the presentations. These 
rights are non-exclusive. Copyright ownership is retained by the 
author. You may be asked to sign an agreement to these conditions upon 
arrival at the conference.

Authors of papers are invited to submit abstracts (150 - 400 words) in 
plain text, due February 16th 2004
Final papers (1500 - 4000 words) or maximum 5 pages, photo and 
biography, due May 15th 2004.

Please send your submission to [EMAIL PROTECTED] See for further details and information on Posters, 
Panels, and Planning Sessions / BOFS

Kristiansand is situated on the Norwegian south coast, offering a city 
beach and a vivid summer town life. The most visited attraction in 
Norway, the zoo (Dyreparken), is located nearby Kristiansand.  Here the 
animals are kept in large outdoor space instead of cages.  Perhaps we 
can even find some gnu's there. For those who prefer an excursion to a 
waterfall and Salmon River this can be also arranged. Other options 
include concerts, visit to islands, etc.

General questions about GUADEC may be sent to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

David Neary,
TÚl: 04 72 33 95 35
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