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[ecf-dev] Fwd: Call for Presentations Now Open ­ OSGi Community Event 2014 ­ Oct. 28-30, 2104


Ludwigsburg, Germany

October 28-30, 2014

Submit Now

The OSGi Alliance is pleased to announce the Call for Presentations is now open for the OSGi Community Event 2014, Oct. 28-30, 2014, in Ludwigsburg, Germany.  

Everybody in the OSGi community is invited to submit proposals by July 31, 2014, for early bird submissions or August 11, 2014, to meet the final submission deadline. The OSGi Community Event will be co-located with EclipseCon Europe again at the Forum am Schlosspark. 

The OSGi Community Event will help attendees understand how others are using OSGi to compete in their own industries. Share your story of how OSGi adopters are realizing benefits with OSGi. 

We are looking for submissions on all things OSGi including Enterprise, Embedded, Cloud, IoT and any other interesting use of OSGi. Use cases and experiences with OSGi will be of particular interest.

Submissions should be in the form of either:

  Standard Talks (35 mins)

  Tutorials (180 mins)


How to Make a Submission

We are using the EclipseCon Europe submission system, so be sure to select “OSGi” as your talk category so the OSGi Community Event 2014 Selection Committee receives your submission.

We recommend you review the Submissions FAQ and Speaker FAQ for some useful information, hints and tips before making your submission.

To submit a talk you will need to have an eclipse.org account. Please see herefor details on how to set up an eclipse.org account if you don't have one already.

Once you have logged in to your account you will need to complete the following information in the Submission Form:


  A short, descriptive, and catchy Session Title

  Select the Session Type: Standard (35 minutes) or Tutorial (3 hours)

  Provide the Speaker name(s)

  Optionally provide some Tags (your choice) to help describe the content

  Select OSGi for the Track

  Complete the Experience Level (Beginner, Intermediate, or Advanced)

  Provide a description/abstract of your proposed session.

Submit Now at https://www.eclipsecon.org/europe2014/propose-session.

The OSGi Community Event attracts enterprise and embedded software architects, IT decision-makers and software leaders, as well as developers who are using OSGi as the basis fortheir next-generation IT infrastructure. EclipseCon Europe 2014 is Eclipse’s premier European event.

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