Call for Papers
Open Publish 2008 is now calling for speaking proposals on management and implementation issues relating to publishing technology based on open standards.
Focusing on the needs of government and enterprise publishers, Open Publish will discuss technology and standards from the perspective of project management methodologies, best practice implementations and human / business factors.
With the objective of fostering a greater sense of community for managers, developers and production staff, Open Publish aims to provide the informal collaboration of a user group combined with presentations from the leading thinkers and practitioners in publishing.
Therefore, we have specific interest in hearing from speakers with expertise in the following areas:
- methodologies for evaluating and implementing content management solutions
- cost estimation, return on investment, quality and risk management for content-related projects
- developing solutions based on existing web infrastructure (mash-ups)
- documenting and managing publishing system requirements
- business perspectives on open content such as Wikipedia
- best practices for content creation and conversion
Got other ideas or suggestions?
Drop us a line and tell us if you have something that falls
outside these categories.
How to participate
Please see the Speaker section for more information on how to present a conference session or deliver a tutorial at Open Publish 2008.
Who should attend?
Open Publish is for professionals from both government and enterprise publishing environments. Attendees will typically be involved with designing, developing and managing continuously evolving publishing solutions. Delegates range from management to writers and designers, software developers and architects, team leaders and production staff.
For more details please contact:
Conference Manager Nga Cao