Mobile Open Source conference seeks talks

Jan 22, 2009

OpenSource World — the successor to LinuxWorld — is soliciting presentations for its Mobile Open Source sub-conference. The conference will take place Aug. 10-13, 2009 in San Francisco.

The Mobile Open Source segment of OpenSource World will be organized as two tracks: Mobile Platforms, and Mobile Applications. Suggested presentation topics include (but are not limited to)…

Track 1 — Mobile Platforms

  • Android, LiMo, Maemo, Moblin, OpenMoko, and other Linux-based open-source mobile platforms
  • Open SymbianOS
  • Shared Source around WindowsMobile
  • Browsers and Browser-based platforms: Mozilla/Gecko, Webkit, Pre, etc.
  • Open-source Java platforms
  • Application Frameworks: GTK, Enlightenment, Qt, etc.
  • Emerging form factors: MIDs, voice-enabled nettops, etc.
  • State of key platforms technologies: power management, multi-core support, virtualization, etc.
  • Building and sustaining communities around mobile platforms
  • Platform licensing choices and impact

Track 2 — Mobile Applications

  • Mobile application development tools and techniques
  • Comparing application frameworks and paradigms
  • End-to-end applications development and deployment
  • Enterprise mobile application development, rollout and management
  • State of OSS applications technologies: VoIP, multimedia, etc.
  • Content and content management with open-source software
  • Mobile application delivery
  • Working with operators, application stores and other channels
  • Licensing of mobile applications and content

Submission details

Please submit speaking proposals by Feb. 20, 2009, using this online form. Presentations should offer attendees information, tools, and inspiration to accomplish mobile open source, and not promote specific commercial products or services.

The Mobile Open Source conference looks forward to your participation in OpenSource World 2009!

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