Open Source Alliance Cyberjaya

The Linux and Open Source Special Interest Group in Cyberjaya, Malaysia

Call for Papers: MSC Malaysia Open Source Conference 2009

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Call for Paper/Participation for MSC “Malaysia Open Source Conference 2009”.

For the very first time Multimedia Development Corporation Sdn Bhd (MDeC) with Malaysian Administrative Modernisation And Management Planning Unit (MAMPU) and jointly with the Malaysian Open Source Community together hosting the Malaysian First Open Source Conference.

The conference held in Berjaya Time Square Convention Centre from May 31st 2009 to June 3rd, 2009. The conference will be filled with working paper from domestic and international speakers.

With the theme “How the creative open source & the community can help survive the impact of economic crisis” able to stir the interest on OSS’s application and produce many more OSS’s application developers in
Malaysia.

Of the purpose working paper call is open to all individual, University or Company who is to present on the solutions or applications. The working paper must be in knowledge sharing concept. The working paper must not contain marketing materials to promote certain product or company.

To those who are interested please visit http://mscoscon.my/ for submission of paper.

Please do note that the closing date for CFP is on May 5th, 2009 and the selected paper will be informed immediately. For selected speakers please submit your presentation slide before May 22nd, 2009.

Thank you.

Source: KageSenshi

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Written by syazli7

Thu, 16 Apr 2009 at 02:08:58 +0800

Posted in Events, News

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