Heidi Ellis heidijcellis at gmail.com
Sun Mar 28 00:53:29 UTC 2010

Hi Folks,

I've been looking at how the OSCON folks have categorized our submissions.
It appears that the Education track is a series of presentations on how to
_use_ OSS in education, not how to have student participate in and
contribute to an OSS project. The exception to this is Luis' presentation,
however the brief abstract on the web site seems to be general enough that
it could mean "students using" rather than "students participating in" OSS
projects. It seems that either we didn't make our case for a track focusing
on student participation in/contribution to OSS projects or they already had
a definition for an "Education" track which differed from ours. 


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[mailto:tos-bounces at teachingopensource.org] On Behalf Of Luis Ibanez
Sent: Monday, March 22, 2010 7:04 PM
To: Asheesh Laroia
Cc: tos
Subject: Re: [TOS] OSCON !?!

Hi Asheesh,

This one got accepted too:

Already updated the table at:


On Mon, Mar 22, 2010 at 6:51 PM, Asheesh Laroia <asheesh at openhatch.org>
> Mel and I got our bite-sized bugs talk accepted to OSCON.
> http://teachingopensource.org/index.php/OSCON_2010
> Did you guys get accepted?
> If so, mark up the wiki!
> -- Asheesh.
> --
> Future looks spotty.  You will spill soup in late evening.
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