|GNU Tools Cauldron 2012 - 2nd Call for Abstracts and Participation (Pr firstname.lastname@example.org (2011-12-14)|
|From:||email@example.com (Diego Novillo)|
|Date:||Wed, 14 Dec 2011 11:58:15 -0500 (EST)|
|Posted-Date:||14 Dec 2011 13:29:04 EST|
We have finalized the dates for the workshop. It will be held
from the 9th to the 11th of July.
Please remember to register early (it does not matter if you
don't yet know whether you will be presenting).
We are trying to avoid charging for admission, but we need to
know how many will attend well in advance so we can work out the
GNU Tools Cauldron 2012
2nd Call for Abstracts and Participation
July 9-11, 2012
Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic
UIUK (Computer Science Institute, Charles University)
CE-ITI (Institute for Theoretical Computer Science)
**** Abstract submission deadline: 31 January 2012 ****
We are pleased to announce another gathering of GNU tools
developers. The basic format of this meeting will be similar to
the last one at the Google offices in London
The purpose of this workshop is to gather all GNU tools
developers, discuss current/future work, coordinate efforts,
exchange reports on ongoing efforts, discuss development plans
for the next 12 months, developer tutorials and any other related
Initially, we are thinking of meeting for 2 to 3 days. This time
we will meet at the Lesser Town Campus of Charles University in
Prague (Malostranske Namesti 25, Prague, Czech Republic) in July
2012. We are still in the planning process, so these dates are
We are inviting every developer working in the GNU toolchain:
GCC, GDB, binutils, runtimes, etc. The basic format of the
meeting will be similar, but in addition to discussion topics
selected at the conference, we are looking for advance
If you have a topic that you would like to present, please submit
an abstract describing what you plan to present. We are
accepting three types of submissions:
- Prepared presentations: demos, project reports, etc.
- BoFs: coordination meetings with other developers.
- Tutorials for developers. No user tutorials, please.
Note that we will not be doing in-depth reviews of the
presentations. Mainly we are looking for applicability and to
decide scheduling. There will be time at the conference to add
other topics of discussion, similarly to what we did at the
To register your abstract, send e-mail to
Your submission should contain the following information:
If you intend to participate, but not necessarily present, please
let us know as well. Send a message to
firstname.lastname@example.org stating your intent to
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