This is an innovative online tool with which you can create a conference Web site in minutes. You can publish your conference proceedings in HTML or post data in XML.
You can create an interactive list of conference papers and abstracts using your choice of OCS themes and tools.
Users can compose and submit abstracts online using the conferences unique OCS submission tool.
OCS will collect and submit abstracts to the conference, enabling automatic acceptance.
You can also place a call for papers and generate a paper review list.
OCS will support all the usual conference registration functions, including sessions, organization, abstract and paper submission, paper and registration views, and much more.
There are no other requirements other than the browsers needed to view the conference website.
Please be aware that all conference results and documentation will be archived and kept as long as the conference itself is archived.
This means that participants, paper authors and reviewers will all have access to their submissions.
Abstracts will be published in HTML and XML. All abstracts will be provided to the conference organizers as part of the conferences proceedings, so authors will not need to seek permission to submit their papers.
The GO! conference was a software developer’s conference, which aimed to bring together key players in the commercial Linux games community to share ideas and discuss issues. The conference was held in Breda, The Netherlands from November 3 to November 4, 1998. A total of 200 participants from 22 countries attended the conference. The conference was organized by Johan Vromans and Mark W. Brouwer.
The Open Conference Systems (OCS) project has been funded by the European Union’s Framework Program for Research and Technological Development, grant number QLG1-CT-2000-00652. It was developed by Mark W. Brouwer and Johan Vromans in the context of the European Open Office system (EOO) project.
To use Open Conference Systems, you will need the following software:
A Web browser.
Some sort of PostScript viewing program.
The X Window System (as supplied with XFree86 or some other implementation).
A PEAR installer (if you are using the “install” command).
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Born in Detroit, Michigan, Kirmse graduated from the University of Michigan and attended the University of California, Berkeley for a master’s degree in photojournalism.
Kirmse worked as a photographer for the Chicago Sun-Times for two years before joining the staff of the Los Angeles Times in 1972. He started off as a staff photographer covering the riots in South Central Los Angeles that erupted after the police killings of four Black youths. He has also covered the trial of Sirhan Sirhan, the Black Panther riots, the Columbine High School massacre, the presidential campaigns of Jimmy Carter and Walter Mondale, and the death of Kurt Cobain, among other things.
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Kirmse has been nominated for the Pulitzer Prize several times for his coverage of the Los Angeles riots. He won a National Press Photographers Association Award in 2000 for his coverage of the death of Osama bin Laden.
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