This year’s openSUSE Conf will again be held at the Z-Bau in Nuremberg, from Friday, May 26 to Sunday, May 28. The Call for Papers (CFP) is already open, and the submission period will close on March 31.
So still a lot of time to think about lightning talks, workshops, long talks, short workshops, hands-on trainings and BoF sessions. But isn’t the holiday season is a good time to start thinking about it and to come up with good ideas? Proposals should fit into one of the two tracks: openSUSE and Open Source.
When I submitted a paper to LinuxCon Europe last year I was directed to the Linux Foundation’s website around CFP. I found a lot of useful guidelines on how to prepare and submit a proposal or how to give a great tech talk. I can only recommand those guidelines to newbies. There might be one or two interesting tips for advanced speakers as well. Similar link of the OpenStack community “How to craft a successful OpenStack Summit proposal“.
Check them out!
So the orga team is awaiting your papers! Let‘s kick off! 😉