[okfn-discuss] Call for proposals- ELAG 2016
valentine.charles at europeana.eu
Thu Dec 10 09:30:58 UTC 2015
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ELAG 2016 (http://elag.org/) will take place in Copenhagen, Denmark, from June 6th to 9th 2016.
The theme chosen for this year's conference is 'EXIT'. We talk a lot about future developments, but not so much about what we leave behind. We transition data and applications. We stop doing some things and start doing new things. What effort do we put in transitioning data? How do we implement new services ? How do we implement new data models and architecture and what problems do we encounter in that process ? How do we evaluate the effect of transitions ?
We welcome you to share your thoughts on this topic by submitting your proposals for presentations, workshops and pre-conference bootcamps on the following topics:
-Implementing the transition
-Transitioning to other applications
-Transitioning to cloud systems
-Transitioning to new data models, infrastructure and architecture
-Transitioning to other services
More details on the sub themes are available at http://elag2016.org/om/subthemes-exit/
For more details on the call for proposals refers to the following links:
-Pre conference bootcamps: http://elag2016.org/programme/call-for-pre-conference-bootcamps/
The deadline for proposals is February 4th 2015.
Data R&D Coordinator
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