[p2p-hackers] Mailing lists for P2P conference announcements?

Lemon Obrien lemonobrien at yahoo.com
Tue Mar 7 01:47:13 UTC 2006


why do you want to go to a conference on peer-to-peer technology? the state of the art is here.

Brad Goldsmith <bcg at utas.edu.au> wrote:  Hi All,

What mailing lists (or other resources) do people here use for 
conference announcements?

I've just joined the p2p research group mailing list at the ietf 
(p2prg at ietf.org).

Just wondering if anyone can suggest some other good lists for keeping 
up with calls for papers, etc?

I always seem to miss them!

Cheers,
Brad

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Brad Goldsmith
School of Computing
University of Tasmania, Tasmania, Australia
Office: Launceston Campus, Computing Building, V-177
Telephone: (03) 6324 3389 International: +61-3-6324 3389
Facsimile: (03) 6324 3368 International: +61-3-6324 3368

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Here is a web page listing P2P Conferences:
http://www.neurogrid.net/twiki/bin/view/Main/PeerToPeerConferences



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