OLF 2019 BoF Application
The 2019 OLF Conference will be holding Birds of a Feather (BoF) sessions between 6:00 and 9:00pm on Friday, November 1.

A BoF session is typically more interactive than a regular presentation; it is an opportunity for a group of people with a common interest to get together. Past session topics have included text editors, game development, homebrew computing, Google Summer of Code projects, configuration management systems, running Linux user groups, and GPG keysigning parties.

Available rooms will have a projector and screen and a capacity of about 30 people. While sessions are an hour long, please plan to wrap up 5 to 10 minutes early so the next group can come in and get settled.

Pre-applications will close on Wednesday, October 30 or when the available space is filled. If room space is still available, day-of signups will be possible on Friday, November 1 at the registration area.

You may include (plaintext) links, but please do not enter HTML as it will be stripped out.

If you have any questions, please contact BoF organizer Vance Kochenderfer at vance@ohiolinux.org
Email address *
Speaker Name(s) *
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Phone Number *
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Best time to reach you *
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BoF Title *
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Abstract *
This should describe what you will be talking about, plus include descriptions of anything special you will do (e.g., demo or live examples). It may be published as a public summary of your BoF.
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Timeslots you are available *
Notes to Organizers
This is for any special notes you'd like us to know. This could include special equipment needs or pre-announcements (such as for a keysigning event). Also note if your BoF is intended to last longer than the standard one-hour timeslot, if you have a preference for a particular timeslot, or if you expect a crowd larger than the standard room size.
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Speaker Agreement *
Please read the Speaker Agreement. If your talk is accepted, you are bound to its terms, so please read it carefully. Note that we do not record or publish slides for BoFs, so items 1 and 3 do not apply. See the agreement at https://ohiolinux.org/speaker-agreement/
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