The Open-Source Software Competition is an integral part of the ACM Multimedia program. The ACM Multimedia 2011 Open-Source Software Competition is the eighth running competition. It is mainly intended to celebrate and encourage the contribution of researchers, software developers and educators to advance the field by providing the community with implementations of codecs, middleware, frameworks, toolkits, libraries, multimedia players, applications, authoring tools, and other multimedia software. This year, we encourage submission of instructional open source software designed for educational use in teaching multimedia-related courses at undergraduate or graduate level. Such software should be designed with educational suitability in mind (e.g., can be used as a basis for programming assignments, laboratory exercises, and class projects).
Submission deadline: May 9th, 2011
Find the full call and additional information here.