Re: Última parada antes del Call for Presentations
- From: Jaime Anguiano Olarra <jaime gcubo org>
- To: "Rebecca J. Walter" <rjp mail tele dk>
- Cc: Gregorio Robles <grex scouts-es org>, "guadec listas hispalinux es" <guadec listas hispalinux es>, g3web <g3web gnome org>, Juantomás García <juantomas garcia hispalinux es>, Tim Ney <ten gnome org>
- Subject: Re: Última parada antes del Call for Presentations
- Date: 12 Jan 2002 12:57:18 +0100
Thank you for your help!.
Gregorio, do you want me to update this or you are doing it?. If I
receive no response in 5 minutes I will update it by myself.
En sáb, 2002-01-12 a 12:43, Rebecca J. Walter escribió:
> Here is the proofread text. It should not take long to modify.
> Things in  are comments. Sorry for the weird indents. I copied and
> pasted from Netscape. Please note the paragraph merging in the last
> section. They were a bit too short and I think this works better.
> Sorry about the delay responding.
> GNOME Foundation will hold its third annual GNOME Users
> and Developers
> European Conference 2002 in Seville, Spain, from April
> 4-6, 2002.
> This year, we are going to try a new procedure for
> accepting papers for
> GUADEC. Every presentation, tutorial or workshop should
> have a paper that
> will be reviewed by a commitee formed by GNOME
> top-hackers, local
> organization members and independent persons from other
> big Free
> Software or Open Source projects.
> Papers should meet the following requirements:
> XML/DocBook format
> [Generally / is not punctuation. Is this the standard way of referring
> to that format?]
> 1500 - 4000 words
> English language
> Licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License
> If you have a problem with the above mentioned conditions,
> please contact
> <g3submissions gnome org> or at the #guadec channel on
> The deadlines work as follows:
> Authors of papers or technical presentors are invited
> to submit abstracts
> (150 - 400 words) by the January 25th deadline.
> Final papers (1500 - 4000 words) should be submitted
> by Febrary 15th.
> You will recieve feedback from the revision commitee
> by February 28th.
> The deadline for the final version of the papers is
> March 15th.
> All papers will be published in the GUAD3C website by
> March 18th in
> several formats (DocBook/XML, HTML, PDF).
> Take a look at this diagram for an intuitive approach of
> the actions that have to
> be done and the deadlines to follow.
> Conforming to the GNOME Documentation Style Guide is
> The GNOME developer community has grown from the original
> days, where a
> developer could keep track of all of the development
> efforts in the GNOME world.
> Today over 700 developers have CVS access.
> Open the door to non- GNOME core developers. In the past, GUADEC was an
> event mainly targeted to developers of the GNOME platform.
> GUADEC 3 will open the doors of GNOME to developers who may be
> planning on using the GNOME 2.x platform. It will allow them to hear and
> meet experienced GNOME hackers.
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