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Thu Mar 30 16:04:46 CEST 2006
I will be giving the keynote speech on "AAA for fun and profit" at the Free
Software/Open Source Telephony-Summit 2006. Hope to see some of you there.
Free Software/Open Source Telephony-Summit 2006
Tuesday, May 2nd 2006
For the third time the German Unix User Group (GUUG - www.guug.de)
organises the Free Software/Open Source Telephony-Summit, an
international workshop and technical conference for developers and
users of Free Software/Open Source telephony applications and for
those who want to know more about what the Free Software/Open Source
world has to offer in the telephony and VoIP sector.
For the first time the event will this year be held in association
with LinuxTag (www.linuxtag.org), Europe's most important Open Source
event. This way participants of the Telephony-Summit can profit from
other LinuxTag events to deepen their knowledge.
The all-day conference with two parallel tracks will take place in
Wiesbaden, Germany. In the evening a social event is planned and
included in the price of 360 EUR. (Students only pay 120 EUR.) Members
of the German Unix User Group will get a 10% discount. If you register
before April 13th 2006, you'll get an additional 10% early bird discount.
Conference participants can visit the LinuxTag exhibition and talks
on the next days, which take place nearby. You can also book additional
The conference program includes presentations from many Open Source
projects like Asterisk, Ekiga, and OpenPBX. There are talks about
SIP security, RADIUS and LDAP integration as well as reports about
efforts to create carrier-class telephony switches.
On the weekend before the conference a workshop will be held. This
workshop is for invited Free Software/Open Source developers who can
meet their peers and work together on new versions of their software,
do interoperability tests and discuss their projects. Most developers
will also be at the conference, so this is your chance to talk to the
developers of your favourite projects.
For more information and registration see the website at:
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