[PD] [PD-announce] deadline for the PdCon 2011 Call for Papers extended (fwd)
pedro.lopes at ist.utl.pt
Mon May 16 18:56:35 CEST 2011
Also, kind of an odd question, but since I did not find any info on
the subject I might as just well ask (risking to sound stupid):
- how much is the registration on the PdCon2011?
(I ask this since I found out that info regarding the 2007 edition:
On Mon, May 16, 2011 at 5:33 PM, Max <abonnements at revolwear.com> wrote:
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> More statistics:
> from the 41 valid submissions the programming comittee accepted 30 based on the reviewers comments and suggestions. With 16 available slots of 30 minutes this unfortunately means that there will be parallel sessions for most of the paper presentations. Originally this wasn't what we wanted but after seeing so many great topics and papers we decided that this is the only solution. Even the papers we rejected had very interesting aspects and valuable content worth to share, but we simply couldn't fit everything and had to draw the line somewhere.
> The work of the reviewers helped us a lot in that process, Thank you very much, your commitment was valuable and appreciated.
> We'll try to group the presentations together in topics and announce the preliminary schedule tomorrow(-ish).
> Am 15.04.2011 um 23:15 schrieb Hans-Christoph Steiner:
>> The papers are only one part of PdCon. People who work in academia are used to submitting papers, but Pd users are probably mostly not in academia.
>> I was involved in DebConf10, and also it had not a lot of papers, though it is much bigger and on its 12th year. We also had a rolling acceptance policy, so people were continuing to submit until a month or two after the deadline.
>> On Apr 14, 2011, at 6:26 AM, Max wrote:
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>>> Dear Mathieu,
>>> I know you like precise information. Hence I'll give you the facts so you don't have to speculate about them:
>>> we received 42 Submissions, yours was #39 and you weren't the last one who submitted in time. Another respected community member from Poland submitted at exactly 24:00. Since we have a warm heart we did accept additional 3 submissions which didn't meet the deadline. Thus the last ID is #43.
>>> (ID #1 was just a dummy, ID #37 was a workshop which we handle without review)
>>> Am 11.04.2011 um 00:39 schrieb Mathieu Bouchard:
>>>> On Sun, 10 Apr 2011, Mathieu Bouchard wrote:
>>>>>> The committee has decided to extend the deadline to the 10th of April 24:00h (UTS +2)
>>>> BTW, I submitted at that exact time, and my submission number is 39. This should give you an idea of how many people submitted, though this may count some cancelled submissions, multiple submissions by same people, and it doesn't count anyone who submit after 24h00.
>>>> (I'm only talking about papers ; other submissions are handled separately)
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