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osmose and architecture meeting: call for workshops


The next ObjectWeb architecture meeting will be common with the european
ITEA OSMOSE project meeting. This event will be held in Sevilla, Spain
on January 13-14-15.

ObjectWeb is soliciting proposals for workshops for this meeting.

Prospective organizers are requested to follow the guidelines below in
submitting a proposal by the submission date, december 15 2003.

ObjectWeb Architecture Workshops goals and format
-------------------------------------------------
Workshops provide a forum for small groups of participants to exchange
opinions, advance ideas, and discuss preliminary results on focused
research topics. Workshops should focus on fostering discussion and must
not be presentation only; the major portion of the time should be
devoted to discussion.

Workshops will normally be a half-day event. The workshop results
will be presented the following day of the architecture meeting.

Proposals should be submitted to the college mailing list (college at objectweb.org). The proposal consists of:
- a workshop title
- a description of the workshop topic and goals
- plans to document the workshop results
- full contact information for the principal organizer

Suggested topics include, but are not limited to:
- container,
- transactions,
- deployment,
- system management,
- mobility,
...

Please concentrate on the structure of your workshop and expected
outcomes, but not just describing aims and intentions.

Important dates
----------------
December 15, 2003: Workshops submission deadline
January 13-14-15 2004: Osmose and Architecture meeting
January 13: Workshops
January 14: Presentation of the workshops' outcomes








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