Mittwoch, 31. Oktober 2012

Announce Call for Participations Graph Processing DevRoom 2013

  apologies if you get more than one copy of this announce. This is to
announce the Graph Processing DevRoom, second edition, to be
co-located with in the FOSDEM 2013. The meetup will take place next 2
of February 2013, from 10AM until 19PM, room in building AW, more
information will be available when we’ll have the final schedule. If
you know an interesting project who must give us a proposal, please
forward it to anyone who can be interested.

Since 4 years graph processing systems are gaining an emerging impact
for processing complex semi-structured and interrelated data sets.
Graph databases like Neo4j, Semantic Web and Linked Open Data
approaches like the DBPedia project, and large-scale graph processing
like Apache Hama encourage each one of us to think about our problems
in graph like structures. Thanks to the high quality open source
implementations and outstanding community support, this movement is
currently winning a lot of momentum within different developer
Related projects and topics

We encourage you to submit talks regarding the next topics:

Graph Representations and Storage, Distributed Graph Processing, Graph
Query Languages and user-friendly APIs, Semantic Graphs, Graph Mining,
Visualization, Benchmarking, Application of graphs and industry
experience, Experiences on GIS, multimedia databases, BMP…

Contributions expected from:
Neo4j, OrientDB, HyperGraphDB, Tinkerpop Blueprints, gremlin,
ArangoDB, Apache Giraph, Apache Hama, Apache Mahout, …

This list is not closed, related topics are welcome. Should be noticed
we look for high quality, technical submissions, ranging for
principles to practice. Submissions should be based on free software

Important dates (all GMT+1):
Submission deadline: 23-12-2012
Notification of accepted speakers: 28-12-2012
Publication of the final schedule: 4-01-2013
Meetup: 2 of February 2013, Brussels, Belgium. Co-located with in FOSDEM 2013.

People interested in giving a presentation or demo should send their
proposal to [], with
the following information

Their name, nick and a short bio
The title of the presentation
A short abstract describing the session
The desired duration time

in case of problems, please contact the room team at:


Follow @GraphDevRoom on twitter to be updated with the latest news of the event.

Wanna check how as the room last year, check

or our cool website:

- The DevRoom team

Sonntag, 14. Oktober 2012