In a post to the Code4Lib mailing list, Francis Kayiwa announced the dates and venue for Code4Lib 2013:
February 11-14 at the UIC Forum.
Help make it real by signing up to serve on a conference committee.
Since only one proposal was submitted to host Code4Lib 2012, and no other proposals were known to be in the works, and the one proposal was a strong one, by popular acclaim the Seattle proposal to host Code4Lib 2012 was accepted. Congratulations to the Seattle team, and we'll see you next year!
The Code4Lib Conference Planning Group (anyone can join) is putting out a call for proposals to host the 2011 Code4Lib Conference. Information on the kind of venue we seek and the delineation of responsibilities between the host organization and the Planning Group can be found at the conference hosting web page.
If your organization would like to help sponsor the Code4Lib 2010 Conference, please select a sponsorship level and amount, and email firstname.lastname@example.org
Bronze (under $2500) -- Name in program as a bronze sponsor, name on
Silver ($2500-$4999) -- Name in program as a silver sponsor, small
Gold ($5000-$7499) -- Name in program as a gold sponsor, medium logo
The opportunity to submit a proposal for a 20 minute prepared talk at the 2010 Code4Lib Conference in Asheville, NC has now closed. We received 47 great proposals in what must surely be our best year ever for talk submissions.
Voting is now open to anyone who has registered at code4lib.org (accounts are available to anyone). Enter your code4lib login to enable voting. To vote, assign any number from 1 to three for any talk for which you wish to vote. You may change your vote at any time up until voting closes at Midnight Eastern Standard Time on December 1.
Code4Lib 2010 will be held Monday February 22nd (preconference day) - Thursday February 25th, 2010 in Asheville, NC.
We are now accepting proposals for prepared talks, which are allowed 20 minutes and must focus on one or more of the following areas:
* "tools" (some cool new software, software library or integration platform)
Proposals can be submitted through November 13.
For more information see the complete call for proposals.
The ad hoc Code4Lib Logo committee (Ranti Junus, Emily Molanphy and Roy Tennant) is pleased to announce the new Code4Lib logo designed by Stephanie Brinley of Adelie Design. The logo web page links to all the various derivatives and versions, as well as guidelines for use. Those who are curious about the process can read about it at the logo design process page.
If you're active in Code4Lib and you'll be attending ALA Midwinter in Denver in January, put this on your meeting calendar:
LITA Town Hall Meeting, Monday, January 26, 8:00am - 10:00am (includes breakfast!)
A logo design process Working Group has been formed, with me, Ranti Junus and Emily Molanphy. To help us keep track of our process and to allow interested community members to track our work, I have created a wiki page that will serve as an ongoing record of progress. Let me know if you have any questions.
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