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Re: [dsdp-pmc] FW: Eclipse Summit Europe Call forParticipation - Europa Projects

Just thought I should let you know, I will submit a talk for the summit within this week, for eRCP and eSWT. I will most definitely plan to have demos with it.

Gaff, Doug wrote:

FYI…for our PMC meeting tomorrow in case you lost your original copy.

*From:* eclipse.org-project-leads-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:eclipse.org-project-leads-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] *On Behalf Of *Lynn Gayowski
*Sent:* Thursday, May 17, 2007 10:08 AM
*To:* eclipse.org-project-leads@xxxxxxxxxxx; eclipse.org-committers@xxxxxxxxxxx
*Subject:* [eclipse.org-project-leads] Eclipse Summit Europe Call forParticipation - Europa Projects


*October 9-11, 2007*

*Stuttgart Region, Germany*

*www.eclipsecon.org/summiteurope2007 <http://www.eclipsecon.org/summiteurope2007>*

The Eclipse Foundation is hosting the 2nd annual Eclipse Summit Europe on October 9-11, 2007. To be held in the Stuttgart region of Germany, the Eclipse Summit is the Foundation’s premier event designed to create opportunities for the European Eclipse community to explore, share, and collaborate on the latest ideas and information about Eclipse and its members.

The conference will consist of one day of symposia followed by two days of technical and business track sessions, selected keynotes, demos, and networking gatherings. Sponsors supporting the Eclipse Summit will showcase their latest products and services, as well as the exciting contributions their organizations are making to the Eclipse ecosystem. The conference is a stimulating and dynamic event for Eclipse committers, contributors, adopters, add-in providers, and service providers to learn, share expertise, and discover new opportunities and solutions in the Eclipse ecosystem.

Eclipse is now calling for participation from Europa project members to submit a talk at Eclipse Summit Europe. The goal of the Europa sessions is to share new features and improvements coming out of the projects' Europa release with the Eclipse community. For larger projects, it may be more effective to focus on an exciting sub-project rather than trying to cover a topic that is too broad. Last year we received very positive audience feedback on the Callisto talks. Based on suggestions received, this year's Europa talks will be used to give attendees insight into the status of various projects and the projects' roadmap for the next simultaneous release in 2008. Where applicable, brief demos are encouraged.

*Submit a Talk*
Prepared presentations should last approximately 60 minutes, and should include:

* The project vision

* A short update on project status

* An in-depth look at the project roadmap for the 2008 simultaneous release

* A brief demo

* 5 minutes for questions from the audience

*Submission Process*

* Call for talk proposals opens May 17, 2007

* Talks will be reviewed by the Program Committee as they are submitted

* Call for talk proposals closes June 29, 2007

* Submissions will receive a response from the Program Committee by July 31, 2007

*How to Submit a Talk or Demo Proposal*

* Prepare a 200 to 300 word (1,000 to 2,000 characters) outline and description of your proposed content in .pdf format, indicating a title

* Email your proposal along with your name, company (if applicable), email address, and phone number to summit@xxxxxxxxxxx

If you have any questions or comments on the submission process, please contact:
Lynn Gayowski
Marketing Events Manager
Email lynn@xxxxxxxxxxx
Phone 613-224-9461 ext.234
Fax 613-224-5172


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