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Re: Revolution Action (was: Re: [Little Off Topic] Revolution is on ; ))

From: Chris Gray
Subject: Re: Revolution Action (was: Re: [Little Off Topic] Revolution is on ; ))
Date: Sun, 30 Nov 2003 21:09:03 +0100

Ahem. Maybe first type and then send?

I'll talk to the organiser, Peter Vandenabeele, about this.  We should be 
able to get more than just a BOF.


On Sunday 30 November 2003 20:05, Dalibor Topic wrote:
> Hi Chris,
> Chris Gray wrote:
> > On Saturday 29 November 2003 13:48, Arnaud Vandyck wrote:
> >>Why don't you try to make a keynote at the JavaPolis (maybe next year)
> >
> > in the Open Source hall.
> >
> > I'd love to. And the topic would be something like
> >   Java is not a proprietary language: and here's the proof:
> >   Classpath, IKVM, Jaos, Kaffe, Wonka, ...
> >
> > However, frankly I suspect that the JavaPolis agenda is set by their
> > sponsors, and that some of these would not want to hear such a talk. So
> > let's by all means propose a paper or two for next year (like I already
> > did this year) _and then_ if it is refused, just convene our own
> > alternative conference at a nearby location.
> Speaking of our own tracks, do we have an update on the idea of someone
> from GUUG's of doing a free software java conference, that popped up
> after there were several free java related abstract proposals at Linux
> Kongress?
> > In the meantime, is there anything planned for FOSDEM?  E.g., an
> > open-source Java track? This could be an opportunity the thesis that the
> > future of Java lies with us, not with S*n.
> Tromey is doing a talk on gcj. There is an embedded development track
> [1], that might be a good traget to place accompanying talks about Wonka
> & other free VMs targetting embedded systems. I haven't been able to
> figure out how to get a BOF session registered.
> cheers,
> dalibor topic
> [1]

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