[updt-rg] FW: [wg-all] GGF14 Call for Participation
susanne.balle at hp.com
Fri Apr 15 12:18:21 CDT 2005
I will not be able to participate in GGF14 (my due date is June 29) but
could help review and help prepare a workshop for this GGF. I just don't
want to be in charge since I don't have the time to do an adequate job.
Do we want to do anything at GGF14?
This group has been very quiet lately as we are trying to finish the
work from the previous charter (Known problem survey) and to define a
new charter for the new 2 years,
Rosa and I are looking for volunteers to help shape the new charter as
well as for your participation in creating the new charter,
From: owner-wg-all at ggf.org [mailto:owner-wg-all at ggf.org] On Behalf Of
Sent: Friday, April 15, 2005 12:59 PM
To: wg-all at ggf.org
Cc: scrumb at ggf.org
Subject: [wg-all] GGF14 Call for Participation
Call for Community Participation
June 26-29, 2005
Chicago, Illinois USA
The primary focus of GGF14 will be the Working and Research Group
Groups will focus on the continued development of shared approaches,
specifications and best practices for grids. Several critical drafts
be discussed and advanced toward publication during this event.
In addition to these group sessions, GGF will offer a series of 30-60
minute invited talks and panels on the current and future status of
in different communities such as sectors of research (e.g., Astronomy)
industry (e.g, Telecommunications). New areas such as education are
solicited. This "community track" seeks to build new and strengthen
existing communities of interest in GGF. Both new and existing
are encouraged to submit a brief abstract for presentation in this
community track. GGF14 attendees will gain unique insights from
applications and technology experts discussing innovative approaches to
deploying and using grids. A community track overview document and
will be posted on the GGF14 website.
GGF also welcomes proposals for traditional workshops to be held at
GGF14. Proposals will be evaluated by essentially the same process
as in previous GGF meetings. Please email communities at ggf.org for more
information if you are interested in proposing a GGF14 Workshop.
The community activities described above may run in parallel with other
activities but every attempt will be made in scheduling these to
Attendee feedback and participation will be helpful in shaping the
community activities for GGF15, which will be held on October 3-6 in
Boston. Please send us your opinions!
GGF COMMUNITY ACTIVITY KEY DATES & DEADLINES
Workshop Proposal submission deadline - May 6, 2005
Community Track Abstract submission deadline - May 11, 2005 Acceptance
notification - May 16, 2005 Community Track slide deadline - June 17,
2005 Workshop Summary document deadline - TBD (post-GGF14)
All proposals, comments and questions should be sent to
communities at ggf.org.
Executive Director, Global Grid Forum
+1 630-252-8610 (Office)
+1 630-915-3324 (Cell)
scrumb at ggf.org
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