Call For Proposals Submission Form - Hong Kong Open Source Conference 2019 (HKOSCon 2019)
OSHK, participating communities and HKOSCon are inviting you to submit proposals to HKOSCon 2019. You may proposes a talk (regular/short), a workshop, a development sprint or other activities to Open Source HK (aka main track) or other community tracks. Community track hosts will carry a vetting process for their track.

CFP Submission Deadline: 25 February 2019
Vetting Result Notification: before/on 11 March 2019
Tentative Program Publish Date: 25 March 2019
Tentative Conference Date: 14-15 June 2019 (Fri-Sat)
Remarks: More CFP session slots are available on Saturday rather than Friday.
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Email address *
Name *
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Mobile Number *
For overseas speakers, please add country code eg. +852 for Hong Kong.
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Country / Region *
Speaker Photo URL *
Please provide a link to your high-resolution speaker photo (1024px or higher)
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Company / Community / Organisation / School *
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Speaker Bio *
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Dietary restrictions (if any)
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Speaker Profile
The following details will be published on conference website.
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Blog / Website
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The following details will be published on conference website.
Track *
Which track which your topic will be best fit to ?
Propsoal Title *
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Proposal Description *
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Format *
Talk is the format which a speaker presenting to audiences (mainly listen) in a session. Workshop is the format which a speaker teach on a topic which audiences can follow to do on their laptops at the same time (interactive) in a session. Development Sprint is a small group which few participants works on their own work (coding/making creation/writing document) related to the topic/project of the session which the host can provide technical advice and assistance.
Language *
English is the most popular presentation language at HKOSCon. Cantonese and Mandarin are also welcome. For non-English presentation (including Cantonese, Mandarin), we will consider to arrange volunteer translation.
Target Audience *
Target Audience of your presentation content. Power Users means computer users with lack of coding experience. General User means end users with lack of system admin technical skills.
Level *
Beginner level means it is introductory session. Intermediate level means it is a session for audiences with basic knowledge to the topic. Advanced level means it is a sessions for audiences with advanced knowledge to the topic.
Audience Requirements
What should audience learn / bring before attending your session ? Eg. They should learn basic python programming.
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Standard session is about 30 minutes including Q&A. How long will you spend to share this topic ?
Expected size of audiences
For workshop and other non-Talk activities, please specify expected size of audiences (no. of people)
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Related Buzzwords
Buzzwords will help people to easily understand what is your topic about.
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Any remarks which can help our program vetting committee to consider your proposals.
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A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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