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In the field of computer science, is there somewhere out there a central database containing a complete list (or at least most of the important one) of conferences and Call For Papers (CFP) to browse and subscribe to?

I found the following pages (source):

Are there better ones?


EDIT:

Thanks for your answers. Here is the extended list based on your answers:

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Here are some other sites for multi-disciplinary CfP's

*Disclosure: I'm a co-founder at Ex Ordo and we built PaperCrowd as our contribution to the research community. It's restriced to academic research conferences and is free.

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