[squeak-dev] ESUG 2011 Innovation Technology Awards: Reminder

jdelgado jdelgado at lsi.upc.edu
Wed Aug 3 09:20:25 UTC 2011


Again, a reminder:

ESUG 2011 Innovation Technology Awards

New Deadline: August 15.

Have you written innovative Smalltalk? The developers of any Smalltalk-based
software can enter by submitting a 3-5min video of their software. Entrants
demo their systems in a session at the end of Monday August 22nd 2011, after
which the conference attendees vote. (A vote consists in providing a sorted
list of 3 preferred pieces of software.)

The top 3 teams with the most innovative software will receive,
respectively, 500 Euros, 300 Euros and 200 Euros. The results are announced
in the Awards ceremony that is held during the social event.

Applicants should provide the following information on the conference
registration server. Once you have registered your personal info, an
"Awards" menu allows submitting your software. You can provide this
information when you first register, or login again later and update your

Info to provide:

Name of the software
Licence information (free, or shareware, or a commercial)
Name of the Smalltalk dialect used
Names, Affiliation and Country of developers
URL for a video (3-5 min) showing a screencast / demo of the software
URL for downloading the software or at least a runnable demo
Deadline: August 15

Any Smalltalker can apply (students, companies, ...). The presented piece of
code/software should be written in Smalltalk or directly support Smalltalk
(e.g. Smalltalk VM). All Smalltalk dialects are accepted. The applicant
should own the copyright/copyleft of presented code or at least be the
official representative of the copyright/copyleft owner. The software should
be available on-line for evaluation (time-limited evaluation version, demo
version, free for non-commercial use ...).



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