[Wlug] FYI: Update on USENIX Conferences (68152)

Andy Stewart andystewart@mediaone.net
Fri, 4 May 2001 00:09:32 -0400

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Subject: Update on USENIX Conferences (68152)
Date: Thu, 3 May 2001 01:09:58 -0700 (PDT)
From: enotify@usenix.org
To: astewart@world.std.com

The USENIX Annual Technical Conference
June 25-30, 2001 in Boston, MA

REGISTER BY May 25, 2001, and SAVE up to $200!
Featuring THIRTY TUTORIALS, seventeen brand-new.
Topics include:
Running Web Servers Securely	        Advanced Solaris Administration
Network Security Profiles	        UNIX Network Programming
Network Programming with Perl	        Forensic Computer Investigations
Large Heterogeneous Networks	        Inside the Linux Kernel
Practical Wireless IP Security		Exploring the Potential of LDAP
Advanced Topics in Perl Programming	Topics for System Administrators
Wireless Networking Fundamentals	UNIX Network Programming Topics

Plus INVITED TALKS on WAP, IP wireless networking, Napster and
Gnutella, E-voting in public elections, virtual machines, online
privacy, active content, protocol design history and hazards, a
Microsoft acquisition, and secure DNS.

*KEYNOTE ADDRESS by Daniel D. Frye, Director, IBM Linux Technology Center

*CLOSING SESSION by Cynthia Breazeal, Researcher, MIT Media Lab, and
her robot Kismet.

* FREENIX track dedicated to open source

*VENDOR EXHIBITION featuring top companies, technology and information

For more information and to register, visit:


FAST: Conference on File and Storage Technologies
January 28-29, 2002, in Monterey, CA.
Please submit abstracts by July 13, 2001

ALS: 5th Annual Linux Showcase & Conference
November 6-10, 2001, in Oakland, CA
Please submit abstracts by June 5, 2001.

LISA: 15th Systems Administration Conference
December 2-7, 2001, in San Diego, CA
Please submit abstracts by June 5, 2001.

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Andy Stewart, Founder
Worcester Linux Users' Group
Worcester, MA  USA