Call for Papers : Tcl2K Conference (deadline Sep 1 99)

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De Clarke

Jul 30, 1999, 3:00:00 AM7/30/99

The deadline for submissions to the 7th Usenix Tcl/Tk Conference
(Austin, TX, Feb 2000) is approaching! Submissions are due
September 1st...

Your conference co-chairs strongly encourage you to submit a
paper, poster, or demo proposal.

All these forms of participation provide an opportunity to report
on your original Tcl/Tk work. Formal papers should address topics
of interest to experienced Tcl/Tk programmers; posters and informal
demos may be geared to any level of user from beginner to expert.

Topics include, but are certainly not limited to:

Tcl/Tk extensions

Novel Tcl/Tk-based applications

Experience reports: designing, building, and supporting
Tcl/Tk applications

Comparative evaluations: Tcl/Tk vs other languages or
toolkits for building applications

Programming paradigms: those you've used with Tcl/Tk, and
proposals for new directions

Mission-critical applications: deployment and management of
large/critical Tcl/Tk applications

The Tcl/Tk conference is a lively and creative event, as you might
expect from the quality of the language community. Everyone is
welcome, from rank beginners to recognized notables. If you've
achieved something significant using Tcl/Tk, we want to hear about


for full details of the Call for Papers, and submission instructions.

De Clarke, Tom Poindexter
Tcl/2K co-chairs

:De Clarke, Software Engineer UCO/Lick Observatory, UCSC:
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