Call For Papers
At workshop open source and design of communication (OSDOC2010), researchers and practitioners will exchange information in areas relevant to the design of communication, processes, methods, and technologies for communicating and designing communication artifacts such as printed documents,online text, and hypermedia applications. Workshop, with its emphasis on open source and its strong links to library and information science, design studies, and cognitive and computer science will be soliciting research papers, experience reports, and posters emphasizing the following (but not exclusively) thematic challenges:
– open source and technical writing
– open source and creative commons
– open source editing tools
– open source and games
– open source and HCI
– ERP Open Source
– open source and organizational systems
OSDOC 2010 will include technical papers, experience reports and posters. Authors should submit complete drafts of all type of submissions for review by the program committee.
To submit a paper, experience report or poster proposal for review,
use the submission platform or firstname.lastname@example.org mail
with the following subject:”OSDOC2010 – Paper”. If you have any question e-mail Carlos Costa (email@example.com).
Authors will be notified of acceptance by October 23, 2010.
Final versions are due by October 28, 2010.
Acceptance for publication is contingent on registration for the workshop. (In the case of multiple authors, at least one must register to full workshop.) If you cannot attend the workshop, a publication fee equivalent to the event registration will be charged.
Guidelines for Papers Research – papers should not exceed 5,000 words, approximately 8 pages in ACM conference format (available at the site), including figures and references. The results described must not be under consideration for publication elsewhere.
Guidelines for Experience Reports – Experience reports should not exceed 3,500 words. The experience report is a standalone, six-page extended abstract that describes a design experience and its lessons for other designers of communication. The experience report must include the title, names and affiliations of the authors, an abstract of up to 150 words, and keywords.
Guidelines for posters – Accepted poster submissions will receive a two pages description in the conference proceedings. The submission should be formated according to the ACM guidelines for paper submissions, but the length must be only two pages.
Acceptance for publication is contingent on registration for the workshop. (In the case of multiple authors, at least one must register.) If you cannot attend the workshop, a publication fee equivalent to the event registration will be charged. If an author presents more than one paper, an additional fee is charged for publishing each aditional paper.
ACM SIGDOC European Chapter (eurosigdoc)