Friday, September 5, 2008

USENIX, the Advanced Computing Systems Association, Announces Open Public Access to All its Conference Proceedings

BERKELEY, Calif., March 12 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The USENIX
Association, a prima forum for presenting film editing border developments in
computing, announced today that unfastened entree to its conference proceedings
will now be available free of complaint to the general public. In doing so,
USENIX goes on to carry through its missionary post to back up and circulate research
in advanced computing. Since 1975, the USENIX Association have brought together the community
of engineers, system administrators, scientists, and technicians working on
the up-to-the-minute progresses in the computer science world. USENIX have delivered
innumerable industry "firsts" at past conferences, including ONYX, the
first effort at UNIX system system hardware; the launch of the first UNIX merchandise by
Digital Equipment Corporation; the first paper on Sendmail by Eric Allman;
the first Perl presentation by Uncle Tom Christiansen; and the first study on
Oak, which later became Java. "The USENIX conference legal proceeding are highly desired written documents that
contain tomorrow's innovations," said Ellie Young, Executive Director,
USENIX. "By making the document immediately available to all, USENIX removes
all barriers to accessing information about the up-to-the-minute computer science advances." In 2008, USENIX will show over 20 conferences and workshops,
including the approaching 5th USENIX Symposium on Networked Systems Design and
Implementation the 2008 USENIX
Annual Technical Conference, ; the
17th USENIX Security Symposium, the
2008 USENIX/ACCURATE Electronic Vote Technology Workshop
and the 22nd Large Installation System
Administration Conference, . About the USENIX Association USENIX is the Advanced Computer Science Systems Association. For over 30
years, it have been the prima community for engineers, system
administrators, scientists, and technicians working on the film editing border of
the computer science world. USENIX conferences are the indispensable meeting grounds
for the presentation and treatment of technical progresses in all facets of
computing systems. For more than information about the USENIX Association, visit

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