[Fsfe-ie] Event in Limerick, CALIBRE Sept 9th

Ciaran O'Riordan ciaran at fsfe.org
Thu Jul 28 03:00:43 CEST 2005

I'm not recommending this or anything, since I don't know the CALIBRE people
(my attempt to open dialogue a year or so ago got a limp/dead response), but
if anyone happens to be in Limerick on September 9th, this might be

Forwarded message:

> We are delighted to invite you to the 2nd International CALIBRE Conference,
> titled "The Next Generation of Software Engineering: Integrating Open
> Source, Agile Methods and Global Software Development".  The conference will
> take place on the 9th of September 2005, in the University of Limerick,
> Limerick, Ireland.  For more information please use the following link.  

> Registration and Brochure at www.calibre.ie

> *	PDF downloadable brochure available on-line 
> *	Registration on-line


> The conference is focused potential of open source for the secondary
> software sector. It includes topics such as: open source for the automotive
> industry, air traffic control; and industrial case studies on agile methods
> and distributed software development.  A number of speakers will address
> commercial licensing issues and the organisational implications of open
> source.  

> The CALIBRE team are also delighted to welcome international experts from
> Japan and Africa: Prof. Victor van Reijswoud Head of CSIS, Uganda Martyrs
> University, Africa, and Yukaka Niibe, Chairman of Free Software Initiative,
> Japan. Government officials include: Minister Michael Ahern, Department of
> Enterprise Trade and Employment, Ireland and Jesus Villasante, Head of the
> Directorate-General Information Society and Media, from the European
> Commission. 

> For further details please contact the conference organiser     

> Andrea Deverell 

> Tel:      +353 61 202737
> Email:    andrea.deverell at ul.ie 
> Website:  www.calibre.ie 


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