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Opensource.com October preview
An October pumpkin spice-free preview and call for articles
Fall is in the air, which means the spicy scents of big data, supercomputing, system administration, and All Things Open in Raleigh.
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I realize it might not be fall where you live, but from where I'm sitting, the temperatures are slowly dropping, days are getting shorter, pumpkins and spider webs are starting to decorate front porches, and my friends and colleagues are gearing up for a cornucopia of annual end-of-year tech conferences.
Meanwhile, on Opensource.com, we're looking for open source-angled articles for a few upcoming themes. In October, we're thinking big—as in big data, high-performance computing, and supercomputing. We want to help share your stories about big data projects using open source technologies, or research you're working on with help from Linux supercomputers. Proposals due by October 5. Drafts due by October 16.
Send story proposals (along with brief outlines) to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We're also working on the 2017 Open Source Yearbook. If you have an article idea, send it our way. See past yearbooks for examples of the kinds of articles we're looking for, then send us your ideas. Proposals due by October 5. Drafts due by October 16.
Do you have other open source-related article ideas in mind? Send us your story proposal!
Will you be speaking at an upcoming conference? Send us an article idea based on or inspired by your talk.
Meet the team
I'll be at SeaGL in Seattle later this week, and you can meet me and the rest of the Opensource.com editorial team (along with a few of our community moderators) at All Things Open, which will be held October 23-24 in Raleigh, North Carolina. We'll be giving away lots of Opensource.com swag at our booth, and we're sponsoring a photo booth on the first day of the event so stop in to get your keepsake photo.
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