Submissions should describe previously unpublished work (completed or in progress), including descriptions of research, tools, applications, practical experience, ideas, concepts, and discussion topics. They should be submitted as PDF files by 8 March.
There is no official page limit, but authors should strive for brevity. Final papers are to be prepared in LaTeX in LNCS format following the Springer LNCS guidelines.
PC members may submit.
The final versions of accepted papers should be submitted both as LaTeX-source files and PDF files by 9 May.
The final versions of the files should be submitted electronically in zip-archive files using EasyChair online submission system. The zip-archives should be organized as follows:
The submission server is now open at http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=meta2010.
Submission through EasyChair requires that an account in the system be created by a prospective author first. In order to create a new account, select the "I have no EasyChair account" option and follow the instructions given, providing any requested information. Once you have completed the registration you must receive an email confirming the registration and providing you with your password.
After completing the registration, you can submit your paper by logging in the system, select the "Press this button to login" option, and following the instructions provided.
The proceedings will be published at a local publishing house before the workshop.
They will be made accessible in electronic form via Internet.