March 30-April 2, 2023, Tokyo University of Science, Tokyo, Japan
AsiaBSDCon is a conference for users and developers on BSD based systems. The next conference will be held in Tokyo, in March of 2023. The conference is for anyone developing, deploying and using systems based on FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, DragonFlyBSD, Darwin and MacOS X. AsiaBSDCon is a technical conference and aims to collect the best technical papers and presentations available to ensure that the latest developments in our open source community are shared with the widest possible audience.
Abstracts and papers should be submitted electronically in PDF format. Go to the submission page. You have to create your account of EasyChair, an external service first. After you get an account, submit your paper with the following information in the "topic" and "keyword" field:
Please enter details of your travel to Tokyo because the technical program committee will support the airfare and hotel accommodation fee of the accepted speakers. Note that this support is limited to one speaker for each paper. If a paper has multiple authors, please make it clear who will be the speaker. If you can cover your all or a part of travel expense, please let us know. It will be recognized as donation from you because it will be greatly helpful for the organizing team. The technical program committee will send the necessary documents if an accepted speaker needs a visa application to visit Japan. Please consult visa information by Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan and countries for visa exemption in a short-term stay. And if you need financial support for reasons such as being a full-time student, please contact .
The initial submission of your paper must be in the form of a complete paper or an extended abstract between 2 and 12 pages long (A4 paper) in English. It is strongly recommended to use IEEE conference proceedings template for your paper. While there is no particular limitation for the abstract, submissions that are much beyond this template, such as too long, too short, or talk proposals with no associated paper will be rejected. Submissions should be written from a strong technical background and should clearly demonstrate that:
Include appropriate references to establish that you are familiar with related work, and where possible, provide detailed data to establish that you have a working implementation or measurement tool. Submissions will be judged on the quality of the written submission and whether or not the work is of interest to the community. Business development or marketing pieces are not appropriate for submission.
All of the authors will be notified by 24 January 2023. All accepted submissions will be expected to produce a final paper for publication in the proceedings and electronic files for the conference website by 17 February, 2023. The final paper should describe work that has been completed as of the time of their submission. If necessary, members of the program committee will help shepherd authors through the writing process prior to final acceptance for publication in the proceedings.
Note that each accepted paper must be presented by at least one author. The conference will be held in a hybrid format. If you cannot attend the conference due to circumstances beyond your control, virtual attendance is always an option. All papers should be considered 'open source', and as such, non-disclosure agreements and other limits will require us to return the paper.
If you have questions or encounter problems or want to discuss potential submissions and for inquiries regarding the content of the conference program, please send electronic mail to the program chair at
These presentations and discussions highlight the hottest new developments in the BSD world as well as real world experiences. These talks may range from highly technical to survey-style presentations and range over many timely and interesting topics. We welcome suggestions for topics and request proposals for particular talks. In your proposal state the main focus, including a brief outline, and be sure to emphasize why your topic is of interest to the BSD community. Please submit all proposals and suggestions by email to .
AsiaBSDCon offers full and half-day tutorials on a range of topics from experts in the BSD community. Topics range from how the kernel works to administering and securing BSD systems.
To provide the best possible tutorial offerings, we continually solicit proposals for new tutorials. If you are interested in presenting a tutorial, submit a proposal. A tutorial proposal submission will be handled in the same way as a paper submission. Visit the submission page, choose "Tutorial Proposal" as the topic, and enter your travel details into "keyword" field. Upload a PDF file including the following information:
The acceptance will be notified by 24 January 2023.
We are considering a vendor exhibits area. If you are a vendor who is interested in exhibiting please see sponsorship guideline.
Birds-of-a-Feather sessions (BoFs) are very informal gatherings organized by attendees and for attendees interested in a particular topic. BoFs are held in the evenings and will be scheduled on site.
Do you have interesting work you would like to share, or a cool idea that is not yet ready to be published? The AsiaBSDCon audience provides valuable discussion and feedback. We are particularly interested in presentation of student work. To schedule your short report, send email to .
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