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From: ori@eigenstate.org
To: 9fans@9fans.net
Subject: [9fans] iwp9: call for papers
Date: Tue, 20 Dec 2022 20:37:22 -0500	[thread overview]
Message-ID: <37E8C1991E38729346172E410DC21EA2@eigenstate.org> (raw)

On behalf of the iwp9 organizers, I'm happy to announce that iwp9 will
be happening on April 21-23, in Waterloo, Ontario. For full, up to date
information, keep an eye on the website (https://iwp9.org).

Call for Papers
  Jan 30:  Paper submission deadline
  Jan 30:  Proposals for hackathons and tutorials deadline
  Feb 13:  Paper acceptance notification
  Feb 27:  Works in progress submission deadline 
  Mar 6:   WIP acceptance notification
  Mar 10:  Registration deadline
  Mar 13:  Camera ready version
  April 21-23: Workshop


The Plan 9 operating system and related technologies, such as the 9p
protocols and the Inferno OS, have gained increased interest due to
the recent founding of the Plan 9 Foundation
(https://plan9foundation.org) and the publication of Plan 9 and
Inferno source code under the MIT open source license.

This 2023 edition of the International Workshop on Plan 9 aims to
bring together researchers, developers and students working on Plan 9
from Bell Labs or related systems, platforms, and projects, to discuss
a wide range of system and application ideas and issues.

Suggested topics for papers and discussion include, but are not
restricted to, any of the following:

  - System architecture
  - System services
  - Ports to new hardware platforms
  - File systems and servers
  - Applications
  - Projects for other platforms related to Plan 9
  - Security issues

Types of Submission

In order to increase the interactivity of the workshop, we intend to
offer a hackathon and/or tutorial session in addition to the
presentation of regular and short work in progress papers.  Please
send your proposal to iwp9papers at iwp9.org including the topic and a
short abstract of the session, the name(s) of the organizer(s),
duration of the session and required infrastructure (e.g.
wired/wireless network, power, video projector).  Paper Submission

Papers of up to 15 pages must be sent to iwp9papers at iwp9.org in PDF
format.  Please do not forget to include the e-mail address of the
contact author.  Submissions will be acknowledged via e-mail (please
allow for a small delay).  Papers must be visually similar to Plan 9
papers that can be found at /sys/doc/ in order to compile a
homogeneous proceedings book.  Please keep this look and feel, use the
same fonts and do not include page numbers.

WIP Submission

WIP of up to 3 pages must be set to iwp9wip at iwp9.org in PDF format.
Please do not forget to include the e-mail address of the contact
author.  Submissions will be acknowledged via e-mail (please allow for
a small delay).  Formatting requirements are the same as for papers.

Program and Proceedings

An electronic version of the proceedings will be provided to all
participants and authors and will be publicly available after the
workshop.  We are also considering the edition of a printed version
with ISBN, to be distributed during the workshop.


The registration deadline is March 10th, 2023.  To register, please
send an e-mail to iwp9reg at iwp9.org with your name, affiliation and
e-mail address, one per line.

The workshop will be held in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, on the campus
of the University of Waterloo.

Program Committee

  Francisco Ballesteros, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid
  Ori Bernstein, Plan 9 Foundation, 9Front
  Geoff Collyer,
  Michael Engel, University of Bamberg ? PC chair
  John Floren, Plan 9 Foundation, Gravwell
  Charles Forsyth, Plan 9 Foundation, Terzarima Systems
  Daniel Maslowski, Oreboot
  Ali Mashtizadeh, University of Waterloo
  Richard Miller, Miller Research
  Ron Minnich, Plan 9 Foundation, Google
  Brian L. Stuart, Drexel University
  Mitch Williams, Sandia National Labs

Organizing Committee

  Ori Bernstein, 9front
  Ali Mashtizadeh, University of Waterloo ? Local host and faculty sponsor
  Michael Engel, University of Bamberg
  Daniel Maslowski, Oreboot
  Ron Minnich, Google
  Brian L. Stuart, Drexel University
  Fariborz Tavakkolian, Plan 9 Foundation, 9Netics
  Mitch Williams, Sandia National Labs

For more information visit http://iwp9.org

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             reply	other threads:[~2022-12-21  1:37 UTC|newest]

Thread overview: 8+ messages / expand[flat|nested]  mbox.gz  Atom feed  top
2022-12-21  1:37 ori [this message]
2023-01-26  1:12 ` ori
2023-02-01  4:28 ` ori
2023-02-02 19:06   ` Marshall Conover
2023-02-02 20:14     ` Kurt H Maier via 9fans
2023-02-04 15:43     ` ori
2023-02-04 16:09       ` Marshall Conover
2023-02-27 17:01 ` ori

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