DebConf14 - Call for talks, BoFs and eventsSun 08 June 2014 by Ana Guerrero Lopez with tags debconf14 cfp
The Debian project is excited to announce that we are now accepting presentations, discussion sessions and tutorials for our DebConf14 conference which will take place in Portland State University, Oregon, USA from 23 to 31 August.
Submitting an event
To submit an event, first register as an attendee for DebConf14 in the conference management system. If you have any doubts or have problems with the registration process please check the Registration FAQ.
After registering, go to the event submission page, or click on the Create an event option from the management system. Describe your submission in the web form. The most common event types are Lecture or Open Discussion (BoF). Please include a short title (to make it easy to produce a compact schedule) and an engaging description of the event.
We will organize some talks into thematic tracks. If you have a proposal for a DebConf track, such as "Debian ARM", "Debian Infrastructure", or "Community Outreach" please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to be a track coordinator, please volunteer on the given mail address.
Format of the events
A regular session will be 45 minutes long, including time for questions. There will be a 15 minute breaks between events.
Submissions are not limited to traditional talks: you could propose a performance, art installation, debate, or anything else. If you have any specific requirements for your event, please send an email to email@example.com with the details of your requirements and be sure to mention your event title in the subject.
While we ask speakers to submit their events before the deadline of 7 July 2014, 23:59:59 UTC, late submissions will continue to be accepted for scheduling until the end of DebConf. All attendees will have an opportunity to schedule ad-hoc events during DebConf itself if we have space for them. Very promising late submissions may be considered for inclusion in the main conference. Note that ad-hoc events have a much lower chance of video archiving, and streaming, so if you want these services it's better to get your submissions in early.
DebConf official events will be broadcast live on the Internet when possible, and videos of the talks will be published on the web along with the presentation slides and papers.
For private communication regarding your talk, or for more general ideas, or questions about the event and talks, please mail us
We hope to you see you and share some good times with you this year in Portland during DebConf14!