OpenOffice.org Conference 2008 - Call for Location... In Utah?
bms at mscis.org
Fri Dec 7 15:51:11 MST 2007
I'd love to see this come to Utah County or Salt Lake County, and I
think we have a large enough Open Source support/interest to pull this
off with success. I've even thought up a slogan:
We did the 2002 Olympics, we can do OOOcon, too!
OK, maybe some of you have a better slogan... send it! I can't do
something this big myself, but I can help a group like UOS "make it
so". Can someone at UOS send this idea to some of the other OSS
Stout Hosting LLC
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: [ooo-announce] OpenOffice.org Annual Conference 2008 - Call
Date: Fri, 7 Dec 2007 12:35:01 -0000 (GMT)
From: John McCreesh <jpmcc at openoffice.org>
Reply-To: announce at openoffice.org
To: announce at openoffice.org
The OpenOffice.org Community eagerly awaits its next annual international
conference, OOoCon. We are looking for engaged and interested groups to
host next year's conference and welcome your proposals.
Since the first conference in 2003, OOoCon has been held in Germany,
Slovenia, France, and Spain - could your local OpenOffice.org community
rise to the challenge in 2008?
Hosting OOoCon is challenging, rewarding, exhilarating, exhausting... and
can provide a huge publicity boost for OpenOffice.org in the host country.
Traditionally, OOoCon takes place in autumn/fall, but there is no fixed
Would your team like to rise the challenge? Full details of the Call For
Location process are available on the website
http://marketing.openoffice.org/ooocon2008/cfl.html and the conference
organisers' mailing list is open for discussions at
mailto:conference at marketing.openoffice.org
You can get impressions of previous conferences at
Deadline for submissions is midnight, January 31st, 2008. Thank you and
good luck with your proposals!
The OpenOffice.org Conference Team
1. mailto:jpmcc at openoffice.org
2. mailto:announce at openoffice.org
3. mailto:announce at openoffice.org
5. mailto:conference at marketing.openoffice.org
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