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Call for Papers LinuxAlt 2013 Form

The focus of the conference a.k.a. the official part

If you have experience in any of the areas, where open-source software or hardware can be utilized, you are certainly welcomed. Lectures should mainly be interactive and full of demonstrations of specific techniques.

This year, we would like to see bigger representation of lectures about interesting hardware. Whether we speak about traditional projects using disks such as Arduino or Raspberry Pi or other less known open source activities – ColorHug, GNU radio…

We offer several topics for your inspiration. However, these are not the only possible topics, feel free to offer some of your own!

  1. Digital photography: cataloguing, corrections, printing
  2. Sound and video: multimedia centers, recording, conversions, playing effects, streaming, authoring and others
  3. Graphics: vector or bitmap graphics, interesting editors and effects
  4. Mobile technologies: do you know of any interesting mobile linux systems or applications?
  5. Programming: IDE under Linux, modern technology, modern IPC
  6. Office on Linux: communication with others, managing agenda, forms, electronic signature
  7. Data security: decoding, backing up, management of versions
  8. Linux solutions in practice: experience with practical implementation, interesting applications
  9. Open formats and protocols: what are they, what can they do and why is it good to use them
  10. Open hardware: possible and impossible devices that can be connected to Linux, were developed on or contain Linux
  11. Not only Linux keeps us alive – what is happening in the world of BSD or other interesting operating systems

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