Yes @belenbarrospena, thank you!
Indeed call for proposals is there and will be open until May 26th, 2019 . So we have more than one month to fill half day track (if we have more application it can be full day.
How to apply
To submit your proposal please register here After your completed your registration go to “Dashboard” -> “Add Content” -> “Session”. Please submit each proposal as a separate session.
Adding session interface
Choose Open Source Design track
Duration is 20/40/90 minutes. However, we if we want to make a longer workshop it is also possible, just need to say so in the description. @belenbarrospena and @elioqoshi you suggested workshop format, it is possible to make it longer than 90 minutes!
As an owner of the track Open Source Design community can choose how to vote, I mentioned to the organizers that we like to use open voting, they said it is our choice.
I was told that the application for travel support should appear when you submit your talk. I haven’t seen it yet, but I also haven’t gone through the whole submission process. Travel support managed not EU ApacheCon team but by Apache foundation. Once I know more, I will update you here.
All spikers get a free ticket for the conference. And we will be also provided a code for tickets discount if we want to invite someone. Once I get it, I will let you know.
Ideas for talks
I know that @belenbarrospena, @elioqoshi, @evalica, @jan wanted to participate. @ei8fdb? People in Berlin? @jdittrich?
I was thinking about the general talks:
- State of design in open source community. History, communities, tools
- Introduction talk about Open Source Design
@belenbarrospena I have suggested your idea about a usability workshop for a limited number of people. Once I get an answer I will post it here. However, I think it is also possible to organize within the track if we want/
@elioqoshi I would be happy to help for any of those sessions you suggested. How did it go at IFF, what is your experience?
What do you think?
Shall we also talk about it during our monthly call? It is on May 1, isn’t it?
Once again, I think it would be great to meet you all in Berlin in October and explore new territories for our community.