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 Deadline Extension: Federated Conference 2002 (DOA'02, ODBASE'02, CoopIS'02)

Dang, looks like I won't be ready by the deadline.

(We were delayed when we ran into a crash bug in gcc3.0.2 on sh4
compiling orbit; the fix is to upgrade to gcc3.0.4, but oddly enough,
I couldn't find a fully debugged build script to produce binutils/gcc/glibc
toolchains, so I had Dimi work on one; see
http://www.**-**.com/ ~dimator/work/crossgcc/
Hopefully this will save others some time in the future once he finishes.)

Anyone know of upcoming conferences where an
experience report on open-source embedded corba
would be of interest?

- Dan



 Tue, 16 Nov 2004 09:14:19 GMT   
 Deadline Extension: Federated Conference 2002 (DOA'02, ODBASE'02, CoopIS'02)
In comp.os.linux.embedded Dan Kegel <d...@kegel.com> wrote:
:> Federated Conference 2002 - Deadline Extension
:>   http://www.cs.rmit.edu.au/fedconf/
:>                     ** NEW PAPER DEADLINE: June 7, 2002 **
:>                            (Abstracts due: May 31)

<snip>

: Anyone know of upcoming conferences where an
: experience report on open-source embedded corba
: would be of interest?

Sounds like it would have been a good candidate for the Australian Open Source
Symposium in Sydney, July 20. Abstracts closed May 20 :(

steve



 Tue, 16 Nov 2004 15:11:04 GMT   
 
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