Home Papers and Registration are now Open for the Tizen Conference in May 2012

Papers and Registration are now Open for the Tizen Conference in May 2012


Staying true to its predecessor “MeeGo”, the first Tizen Conference has been announced for May 7-9 at the Hyatt Regency in San Francisco. This is the same venue that the MeeGo Conference took place in May 23-25 2011.
So now the call for papers and registration has started and I encourage all to step forward:

We’re looking forward to seeing you at the Tizen conference on May 7-9, 2012, at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco.
We are encouraging Tizen developers, app developers, platform designers, operators, OEMs, hardware vendors, software vendors, open-source enthusiasts, and anyone engaged in Tizen to contribute and participate in the call for papers (CFP). We are inviting proposals for presentations in a wide variety of areas:

  • Application development and deployment
  • Device/Product development
  • Platform development
  • Tizen project, process, and progress
  • We welcome submissions on any other Tizen related topics. Be creative. The program committee will look at each submission to create a vibrant and interesting conference.

Learn more about the requirements and other details, by visiting the call for papers page. You can register for the conference now or you can wait until March 12th, when sessions will be announced, to find out if your proposal has been accepted. Timeline for CFP and conference information:

February 16 Conference CFP and registration open
February 20-27 Keynote Announcements
March 8 (23:59 PST) CFP Deadline
March 12 Session proposals accepted and session submitters notified
March 26 Session schedule posted on conference site

We have many exciting things going on at this first conference, including:

  • Tech showcase
  • 24hr hacker lounge
  • 5k fun run
  • Offsite events

Please see more on the conference page and stay tuned for conference sponsorship information. Contact Brian Warner to learn more. It will be an exciting conference. You will not want to miss it!
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