[Linux-aus] [lca-announce] linux.conf.au 2021 - Call for Sessions and Miniconfs Open

Sae Ra Germaine s.germaine at gmail.com
Mon Nov 2 23:11:25 AEDT 2020

**Apologies for cross-posting**

Dear All,

Just a reminder that Call for Sessions is still open and is due to close
THIS FRIDAY! Get in quick and tell us "What's Next?"


Sae Ra

Sae Ra Germaine
linux.conf.au Online 2021 Conference Chair

On Thu, 15 Oct 2020 at 21:46, linux.conf.au Announcements <
lca-announce at lists.linux.org.au> wrote:

> We're excited! The linux.conf.au 2021 Call for Sessions and Call for
> Miniconfs are now open. They will stay open until 6th November 2020
> Anywhere on Earth
> (AoE) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anywhere_on_Earth). This is only 3
> weeks away - so don't delay, get your talks in early!
> Our theme is "So what's next?".
> We all know we're living through unprecedented change and uncertain
> times. How can open source play a role in creating, helping and adapting
> to this ongoing change? What new developments in software and coding can
> we look forward to in 2021 and beyond?
> If you have ideas or developments you'd like to share with the open
> source community at linux.conf.au, we'd love to hear from you.
> Call for Sessions
> The main conference runs on Sunday 24 and Monday 25 January, with
> multiple streams catering for a wide range of interest areas.
> We invite you to submit a session
> (https://linux.conf.au/programme/sessions/) proposal for a talk. Talks
> are generally 35-45 minute presentations on a single topic presented in
> lecture format.
> Call for Miniconfs
> Miniconfs are dedicated day-long streams focusing on single topics,
> creating a more immersive experience for delegates than a session. We
> encourage you to get creative with how you could deliver your Miniconf
> virtually!
> Running a Miniconf (https://linux.conf.au/programme/miniconfs/) is a
> great way to gain experience, provide exposure for your project or
> topic, and raise your professional profile. They're a crowd favourite
> and an awesome way to kick off the conference.
> Miniconfs will run on Saturday 23 January, before the main conference
> commences on Sunday.
> No need to book flights or hotels
> Don't forget: the conference will be a fully online, virtual experience.
> This means our speakers will be beaming in from their own homes or
> workplaces. The organising team will be able to help speakers with their
> tech set-up. Each accepted presenter will have a tech check prior to the
> event to smooth out any difficulties and there will be an option to
> pre-record presentations.
> Have we piqued your interest?
> You can find out how to submit your session or miniconf proposals at
> https://linux.conf.au/programme/proposals/.
> If you have any other questions you can contact us via email at
> contact at lca2021.linux.org.au.
> Timeline
> 16th October: Call for sessions opens
> 6th November: Call for sessions closes
> January 23 2021: Miniconfs!
> January 24-25 2021: Main conference presentations
> Tickets will go on sale in the coming weeks. We'll keep you posted.
> We're looking forward to reading your submissions.
> linux.conf.au 2021 Organising Team
> About linux.conf.au 2021
> Running since 1999, linux.conf.au is the largest linux and open source
> conference in the Asia-Pacific region. The conference provides deeply
> technical presentations from industry leaders and experts on a wide
> array of subjects relating to open source projects, data and open
> government and community engagement.
> ---
> Read this online at
> https://lca2021.linux.org.au/news/call-for-sessions-miniconfs-open/
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