[exim-announce] Exim, and other Mail Systems -- Conference 2…
|This message is part of the following thread:|
|the complete thread tree sorted by date|
|Niall Mansfield at|
Preliminary Announcement and Call for Papers 23/24-Jul-2007 Cambridge, England
* Provide a forum to discuss practical experiences using Exim and other e-mail systems, for a wide range of users, from ISPs to tiny sites.
* Provide tutorials for various levels of expertise.
* Provide a venue for the community, for informal networking and meeting socially.
The last conference was solely about Exim. This time we have broadened the theme because many topics -- issues with very large mail systems, resilience of mail systems, mail server clustering, mail performance, running message stores, spam filtering techniques, etc. -- are common to all, and we want as broad a community as possible to participate.
Papers: Send abstracts of about 200 words, along with a short biographical note, to exim07-speakers (at) uit.co.uk. Talks should last 30-60 minutes, including Q&A.
Tutorials: If you would like to present a tutorial, send an abstract as above.
Suggestions: If you don't want to speak, but there is a topic you're particularly interested in, or a speaker you think would be good for the conference, do let us know on the above e-mail address.
Robinson College, Cambridge, England, CB3 9AN
Monday 23-Jul-2007 All day: Conference papers Early evening: BOFS Evening: Social event / conference dinner
Tuesday 24-Jul-2007 Morning: tutorial(s)
The conference runs just before Philip Hazel's Exim course: http://www-tus.csx.cam.ac.uk/courses/exim/ also at Robinson College, Tue-Fri 24/27-Jul-2007. Philip is the author of Exim, and as he is retiring later this year, this will be his last course.
To be added to the mailing list for announcements etc. about the conference, e-mail an empty message to: exim07-subscribe (at) uit.co.uk