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Forthcoming Events


UKUUG LISA/WINTER CONFERENCE 2002

13 – 14 February 2002

UKUUG is holding its next Winter Conference in London on 13 and 14 February 2002. The UKUUG Winter Conference is historically an event where not only prominent topics are discussed within the Conference presentations but also where members and friends meet, learn, and enjoy lively debate on a host of subjects.

We wish to encourage discussion on all aspects of systems and their administration and are especially interested in papers covering theory and practice, high-availability, performance, network management, novel solutions to practical problems, integration, interoperability, and security (including the business, legal and moral issues).

You can see details of the last winter conference at http://www.ukuug.org/events/newcastle_2001/.

The event will take the form of a series of presentations, each followed by a discussion on issues raised. To this end, papers are invited from interested parties on the general themes, and related topics.

As always, we wish to encourage work-in-progress presentations, and student project posters; proposals for these should be submitted in the same way as for full papers.

You do not have to be a member of UKUUG to submit a paper. Submissions from speakers from outside of the UK are welcome.

You can see details of the last winter conference at http://www.ukuug.org/events/newcastle_2001/.

Significant Dates: Closing date for abstracts: 10 November 2001, Authors notified: 17 November 2001, Programme published: end November 2001, Final papers due: 12 January 2001.

Initial abstracts should be sent as e-mail to winterconf@ukuug.org. Abstracts should be accompanied by a short biography, and, ideally, should be about 250-500 words long. Final papers should normally last 30-40 minutes. If you need more time for your presentation, please tell us when you submit your abstract. Potential authors may request further information via winterconf@ukuug.org


SANE Conference

May 27 – 31

Maastricht, The Netherlands

Technology is advancing, the systems administration profession is changing rapidly, and you have to master new skills to keep apace. At the Third International SANE (System Administration and Networking) conference you'll find a wealth of opportunities to meet other system administrators and network (security) professionals with similar interests, while attending a program that brings you the latest in tools, techniques, security and networking. Complete program and registration information will be available in December 2001. If you need assistance, sane2002-info@nluug.nl. Announcement and Call for Papers.


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