T-Dose 2009 CFP,

Dear MySQL and Drupal , Plone and other Open Source folks, you might want to be interrested in giving a talk at T-Dose 2009 ,

Jean Paul pinged me with the following mail :

Maybe it escaped your attention that the Call For Papers for T-DOSE 2009 is already out. It has been announced on 12th of June 2009. Below you will find the original announcement.

Call for Papers and Projects
Fri, 06/12/2009 - 13:57 — jpsaman

T­-DOSE is a free and yearly event held in The Netherlands to promote use and development of Open Source Software. During this event Open Source projects, developers and visitors can exchange ideas and knowledge. It is held at the Fontys University of Applied Science on 3 and 4 October 2009.

Speakers can send ideas and abstracts to the organisation at abstracts _AT_ t-dose.org. The e­mail should contain a short biography of the speaker and description of the talk. All talks will be held in English and last ~50 minutes. The deadline for abstracts ends on 31st of August 2009.

At the event location there is room for Open Source market. Stands and rooms are free of charge. Applications for stands are handled in order.
More information is here; http://www.t-dose.org/t-dose/files/t-dose-2009.pdf

I hope to see you all at this years T-DOSE.

Kind greetings,

Jean-Paul Saman

T-DOSE Foundation


Marie's picture

#1 Marie : Since when is open source

Yeas i have the same question. Open source isnt limited to mysql & drupal and thats just a point why some people use that.

Tom Geller's picture

#2 Tom Geller : Mega LOLz

I laughed heartily to see a conference with the name "T-DOSE".

Several of my friends are female-to-male transsexuals. They typically inject testosterone, which they call "T", every other week. So "T-DOSE" has a very different (and specific) meaning to me. ;)

Kris Buytaert's picture

#3 Kris Buytaert : It isn't

But as I slightly modified the post with drupal and mysql tags so it would appear on planet.mysql.org and planet.drupal I added that headers.

But as you took the bait, I`m assuming you'll be entering an abstract for a Plone presentation ? :)

WouterVH's picture

#4 WouterVH : Since when is open source

Since when is open source limited to MySQL & Drupal?