The only 3000-specific user conference for 2006 is starting the public portion of its year, as the Greater Houston Regional User Group (GHRUG) announced that it's looking for speakers for its November event.
The group's Web site won't prop open the door much wider to anyone who wants to deliver a talk on the HP 3000, however. A link to a "Call for Attendees" on the conference page still refers to a one-day event from the fall of 2005; the map of the conference site also contains last year's dates. The 2006 conference dates (Nov. 10-12) and site (University of Houston, Clear Lake campus) have been released for months already.
GHRUG is sponsoring the conference, however, and the group has a board of directors contact page. Richard Pringle is listed as GHRUG president; contact him at [email protected] to submit a paper proposal — until the community gets a little wider doorway into the conference content.