[clug] LCA2013 Call for Proposals extended by two weeks

Michael Still mikal at stillhq.com
Wed Jul 18 22:07:42 MDT 2012

On 06/07/12 23:00, Michael Still wrote:

Just a quick reminder that there is only 1.5 days left to get your
submission in!


> Hi everyone, this email is to let you know about the progress of the
> linux.conf.au 2013 call for proposals. The call has now been open for
> four weeks, and the quality of submissions so far has been outstanding.
> It is clear that there are many interesting stories to be told in our
> community, and that makes me very proud. Thank you to everyone who has
> submitted a proposal so far -- the conference wouldn’t be what it is
> without your contributions.
> However, we think there are more stories out there that deserve
> attention. Originally scheduled to be closed today, the papers committee
> has agreed to extend the deadline by two weeks, just to give everyone a
> chance to have their voice heard.
> This year, linux.conf.au is focusing on deep technical content, and the
> things that you think are going to really matter in the future.
> Successful proposals will be announced in August.
> If you have been working on something interesting, now is the time to
> tell the world! Visit linux.conf.au/cfp, and submit your proposal today.
> === Important Dates ===
> Call for proposals opens: 1 June 2012
> Call for proposals now closes: 20 July 2012
> Email notifications from conference organisers: 28 August 2012
> Early Bird registrations open: 1 October 2012
> Conference dates: Monday 28 January to Saturday 2 February 2013
> === System Maintenance ===
> One other thing -- the conference site will be down tomorrow (Saturday 7
> July) afternoon so we can push a release with some new features.
> Thanks,
> Mikal

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