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CFP: Binary Tools Summit 2022

Item posted by Jose E. Marchesi <jemarch> on Wed 02 Feb 2022 06:31:45 PM UTC.

The Binary Tools Summit 2022 (https://binary-tools.net/summit) is an informal, technical, online event oriented to authors, users and enthusiasts of FLOSS programs that deal with binary data.

This includes binary editors, libraries to encode and decode data, parser generators, binary data description languages and frameworks, binary formats and encodings, assemblers, debuggers, reverse engineering suites, and the like.

The goal of this event is for developers to get in touch with each other, introduce their tools, have interesting and hopefully
productive discussions, and finally what is most important: to have fun.

The venue of the event will be an instance of the Big Blue Button web conferencing system, accessible using Firefox, Chromium and other web browsers.  We will be having a single track that will span for three days during a weekend.

The summit will be held on the first weekend of March 2022, From Friday 4 to Sunday 6.

If you wish to participate doing a presentation, you are very welcome to send us a proposal to binary-tools-summit@gnu.org with the following information:

- Your contact info (name, email, affiliation).
- Name of the presentation.
- Abstract of the presentation; one or two paragraphs.
- How much time would you want to use.  Anything from 30 minutes to 2 hours is fine.
- Preferred day: Friday, Saturday or Sunday.
- Preferred time of the day: from 16:00 CET to 21:00 CET.

Note that all presentations will be performed live.  It will be possible to share the screen and do demos/tutorials.

The deadline for sending presentations is Wednesday 16 Feb. 2022.
We will be publishing the schedule the same day.

The event is open for everyone and no registration is needed.
However, if you plan to attend (presenting or not) please consider letting us know in an email; this will help us to estimate the number of participants and organize better.

See you soon!

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