Tag: Call for Papers (CfP)

Flock Talk & Session Proposal Reminder

It’s hard for me to believe, but it’s been more than five years since we launched the “Fedora.next” initiative. At the end of Fedora’s first decade, we knew it would be important to think, plan, and adjust so the project could continue successfully in the decades to come. Now we’re halfway into the next one, and this Flock conference will be an important time for reflecting on our progress and charting our path for the next five years and beyond.

Because Flock is focused specifically at our contributors and developers, this is a unique conference and we’re looking for talks and sessions that reflect that.

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Submit a Fedora talk to DevConf.cz 2019

DevConf.cz 2019 is the free, Red Hat sponsored community conference for open source contributors. Developers, admins, DevOps engineers, testers, documentation writers and other contributors to Linux, middleware, virtualization, storage, cloud, and mobile technologies will meet in Brno, Czechia January 25-27, 2019. Join Fedora and other FLOSS communities to sync, share, and hack on upstream projects together.

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Call for Fedora Women’s Day 2018 proposals

Fedora Women’s Day (FWD) is a day to celebrate and bring visibility to female contributors in open source projects including Fedora. The initiative is led by Fedora’s Diversity and Inclusion team. The call for proposals for event organizers is now open until Thursday, 16 August 2018!

During September, in collaboration with other members of different open source communities including Fedora, women in tech groups or hacker spaces, we plan to organize talks, workshops and meetups around the world. These events highlight and celebrate the women in open source communities like Fedora and their invaluable contributions to their projects and community. They also give a good opportunity for women to learn about free and open source software and jump-start their journey in open source as a user or a contributor. They also give a platform for women to connect, learn and be inspired by other women in open source communities and beyond.

This year yet again, we are looking forward to organizing FWD across different locations around the world. We are looking to collaborate with members of different open source communities including Fedora, women in tech groups or hacker spaces to organize Fedora Women’s Day!

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Submit a Fedora talk to DevConf.cz 2017 — by Friday, Nov. 11

DevConf.cz is a free annual conference for developers, admins, and users of Linux and JBoss, sponsored by Red Hat and held in Brno in the Czech Republic. This year Devconf .cz will be held from January 27 – 29, 2017. As always, we will have a Fedora track and significant Fedora community presence. I hope you will join us there!

I’d like to have as many high-quality and useful talks about Fedora or about other technologies on the Fedora platform as possible. Talk submissions are due in less than a week — Friday, November 11 at 11:59PM (UTC +1!). We’d love to hear from familiar experts and new voices, so if you have an idea, submit a talk here.

 

 

Reminder: Flock talk submission deadline is April 8

This is a friendly reminder that the Flock submission deadline is less than a month away, on April 8th 2016. If you have been thinking of submitting a talk or workshop, now would be a great time to get that sent in.

Flock talk ideas

The Council is particularly interested in talks that address any of the current Council Objectives as well as discussions around new Objectives people would like to see. Of course, innovation happens outside of Fedora itself and we’d love
to hear about that as well. If you’ve been using Fedora as a foundation for other interesting Free and Open Source software and/or community work, consider submitting a talk or workshop around it.

Get Flock talks submitted!

Remember, without your contributions we cannot have Flock. Let’s work together to make it great.

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