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Call for Papers - Call for Papers - 16th Systems Administration Conference (LISA 2002)

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LISA 2002
November 3-8, 2002
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The LISA conference has become a focal point for the global community 
of system and network administrators. Once a year, system 
administrators of all specialties and levels of expertise meet to 
exchange ideas, sharpen old skills, learn new techniques, and explore 
the future of the profession. LISA is the one place where all the 
stakeholders in the future of systems administration converge to work 
on the common goal of sustaining the global community of computers 
with an equally global community of dedicated and skilled people.


LISA 2002 Program Committee invites you to contribute ideas, 
proposals, and papers for invited talks, refereed papers, 
work-in-progress reports, and symposia tracks.

We welcome submissions that address all facets of the practice and 
theory of system and network administration.

The Call for Papers with submission guidelines and topics is now 
available on the USENIX Web site at

Submissions are due by April 29, 2002.

System administrators and researchers: this is *your* conference. You 
can foster its community and aid in its success in many ways by 
contributing your ideas and expertise.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Alva Couch, Tufts University
LISA 2001 Program Chair

LISA 2002 is sponsored by USENIX, the Advanced Computing Systems 
Association, and SAGE, the System Administrators Guild.

Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
Associate Director
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