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| REMINDER: the submission deadline for your proposal for the SANE 2006 |
| refereed papers technical track is October 24, 2005 which is |
| just about a month from now! |
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| Extended abstracts due: October 24, 2005 |
| Notification to speakers: November 30, 2005 |
| Final papers due: April 3, 2006 |
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Dear Colleague,

On behalf of all of the SANE 2006 organizers, I'd like to invite you to
participate in the SANE 2006 conference!

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5th System Administration and Network Engineering Conference

May 15-19, 2006

Aula Congresscentre, TU Delft, The Netherlands

http://www.sane.nl/sane2006/


SANE 2006 is an international conference, aimed at system administrators,
network (security) professionals and (open source) developers, that
focuses on systems administration, network engineering, security, open
source developments and Internet technologies.

At SANE 2006 we're offering 3 days of training, followed by a 2-day
conference program filled with the latest developments in systems
administration, network engineering, security, open source software and
practical approaches to the puzzles and problems you wrestle with.
You'll also have many opportunities to meet other system administrators
and network professionals and chat with peers who share your concerns
and interests.

For more conference details and the refereed paper submission procedure,
please visit the SANE 2006 web site: http://www.sane.nl/sane2006/


Looking forward to seeing you at SANE !

Edwin

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