It's flexible. A few weeks?
Maybe we should make something hard. ;-)
On Dec 10, 2012, at 4:53 PM, glen e. p. ropella wrote:
> Is there an approximate deadline for submissions?
> Sean Luke wrote at 12/06/2012 02:20 PM:
>> GMU is hosting an NSF-sponsored workshop on future directions for the
>> MASON multiagent systems toolkit. The workshop is by invitation only
>> and your flight, transportation, and hotel costs will be paid by us.
>> The workshop schedule has not been finalized (it depends on hotel
>> constraints), but it will be roughly two days long and *probably* be
>> over the weekend (Saturday, Sunday) of some period mid-to-late May or
>> possibly early June. It'll be held at GMU campus in Washington, DC.
>> The goal of the workshop is to solicit community feedback on future
>> directions for MASON which we would then use in a proposal to NSF.
>> Think about what's missing in MASON that you would dearly like to
>> see. Where should MASON be headed?
>> PROPOSALS FOR INVITATION Anyone who would like to attend is welcome
>> to do so. However we can only *pay* for about thirty invitees, both
>> nationally ad internationally. EITHER WAY, if you would like to
>> attend the workshop, we ask that you send us a SHORT whitepaper
>> - Who you are - How many you are proposing from your group to attend
>> - What travel funding needs you will have in order to attend - How
>> you use MASON - What work you do in MASON, multiagent systems,
>> multiagent modeling, or related topics - Why you think your input
>> would be of benefit to the workshop - Constraints (if any) you may
>> have on the timing of the workshop which might or might not influence
>> exactly when we hold it
>> Please send the whitepaper as a simple plaintext email message, or a
>> PDF if you want to show of pretty pictures. Submit the request to:
>> TO: [log in to unmask] SUBJECT: Mason Workshop Proposal
>> We hope to see you at the workshop! It'll be fun.
> glen e. p. ropella, 971-255-2847, http://tempusdictum.com