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Call for speakers and topics

ArchiveWarpstock 2008, Santa Cruz, California, USA, 15 - 17 August 2008

The calendar for Warpstock 2008 is available for viewing.

All those interested in making presentations or conducting workshops are asked to submit their information to the Speaker Committee as soon as possible.

In addition, all those who would like to attend a presentation or participate in a workshop on a particular topic are urged to make that topic known to the Speaker Committee.

If the presenters and their topics do not match up with the topics requested, we on the speaker committee will do our best to root out an expert on the topic.

As chairman of the speaker committee and ably assisted by Gregg Young, we would ask that you please submit your cards and letters as soon as possible to the Speaker Committee.

Chuck McKinnis
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Call for speakers and topics
Authored by: Sheldon Britton on Tuesday, September 11 2007 @ 11:34 PM
Can the presentation - Method For Running Lotus Notes 8.0 On OS/2 (eComStation) be scheduled for Warpstock 2007. Also, can Speakers and Demonstrations be provided.
Call for speakers and topics
Authored by: Sheldon Britton on Wednesday, September 12 2007 @ 09:51 AM
Additional contents of the Presentations on Lotus Notes 8.0 running on OS/2 (eComStation) should include topics on Using the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) approved XML (ODF) Standards in Lotus SmartSuite, OpenOffice... for OS/2.
Call for speakers and topics
Authored by: jt on Monday, October 08 2007 @ 09:05 PM
If anyone can talk about running eCS (and Linux) under Parallels, I for one would be interested.