Strike one: they rejected it. Ok, I'm disappointed, but I always get rejected by SIGCSE. I'm making a poster out of it, but posters don't "count" in academia as much as papers do.
So, I did what I usually do ... I resubmitted it to another conference, FIE, which usually has fewer CS papers and is looking for more content.
As General Chair for the 2009 Frontiers in Education conference, I am sorry to inform you that your abstract has not been accepted by the Program Committee for presentation at the 2009 Frontiers in Education conference. The conference received over 600 abstracts this year, which resulted in a very competitive selection process.
Sigh. Thank you, sir, may I have another?
Well ... there's a small regional CS conference I could attend in October ... oh, frak, that's the weekend I'm going to organize an event on-campus for local CS high school teachers. I guess that's strike three.
It's been so long since I've had something published ... sigh ...