December 13, 2004
The Object Management Group (OMG) announced a call for participation for its first ever workshop on Open Source Modeling and Integrated Development Environments (IDEs). Taking place March 21-24, 2005 in Orlando, Fla., the workshop will investigate how the open source community can become more fully engaged in the development of tools and methodologies that have traditionally been developed in closed, commercial activities. The four-day program, a technical workshop -- not a conference, will address technologies, methodologies, tools and standards related to open source modeling and IDEs. In addition, the Workshop will offer case studies and user experiences. While research topics are not excluded, the emphasis, as with all OMG activity, is on real-world experience. More information can be found at the workshop Web site, http://www.omg.org/osmide-call.
The Workshop Program Committee is seeking proposals by Jan. 6 for presentations, panels or tutorials addressing, but not limited to, any of the following topics:
Interested individuals or organizations are invited to submit a brief abstract of the presentation or position paper they are proposing for a Workshop session, tutorial or panel along with proposed duration and a brief personal biography via web form found at www.omg.org/abstracts. Abstracts should be no longer than 600 words in length. Only three abstracts per individual will be accepted. Biographies should be no longer than 100 words. The Program Committee will need schedule flexibility, so please keep in mind that a proposal may be accepted, but not granted the full time proposed. If you have any questions or require additional information about the workshop program or venue, please send e-mail to email@example.com.
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