Cool! I have submission number 007:
Thank you for submitting a presentation abstract for FOSS4G. You will be notified after the submission closing date regarding the status of your presentation. Please direct any correspondence regarding your submission to firstname.lastname@example.org and quote your submission number in the subject line of your email. Submission #: 7 Presenter: Sean Gillies email@example.com Ancient World Mapping Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill -- Title -- Pleiades: Building a RESTful, Open Source GIS for the Humanities
You may know me as a gadfly in the blogosphere, but I have a history of delivering serious, sober, nuts-and-bolts presentations and workshops at the predecessors to FOSS4G 2007 -- all the way back to the first in 2003. Should the powers that be accept submission 007, attendees will learn about data modeling (with open source software), development infrastructure (with open source software), and RESTful Web GIS development (with open source software). I'll explain why you should have URLs for everything, how to leverage HTTP caching, and demonstrate Pleiades's open source tools for working with GeoRSS, GML, and KML. And all without whining or rolling my eyes about W*S or OSGeo.
The full abstract is in the Pleiades wiki, here.