Tracks at DebConf 10
DebConf10/TalkGlossary describes the idea of Tracks. This page documents the Tracks that are currently under development, and their respective coordinators.
Inclusion of a track here does not guarantee that it will ultimately take place at DebConf 10 itself; that will ultimately depend on the quality of submitted proposals and scheduling concerns.
If you'd like to coordinate a track that's not here, please contact email@example.com to propose it (or, if you feel your proposal should be private for some reason, you may contact the talks team privately at firstname.lastname@example.org)
 Debian Integration in the Enterprise
 Mathematics and Science in Debian
See DebConf10/TrackScience for details
 Java in Debian
See DebConf10/TrackJava for details.
 Debian Community Outreach
coordinated by Frank B. Brokken and Andy Oram
How do we promote the use of Debian, and free software generally, in schools, nonprofits, and government agencies?
Conference attendees will probably know the value of free software, so panelists should bring practical experience having promoted or deployed free software. The goal of hte panel is not to argue why using Debian and free software generally is a good idea, but to explore honestly the very real barriers to its use and how these barriers have been overcome.
See DebConf10/Outreach for details.
 Media and Art in Debian
coordinated by Adrian Knoth on behalf of the Debian-Multimedia-Team See DebConf10/TrackMedia for details.