The Document Foundation invites all members and contributors to submit talks, lectures and workshops for this year’s LibreOffice Conference, which will take place online. The event is scheduled from September 23 to 25, Thursday to Saturday. Whether you are a seasoned presenter or have never spoken in public before, if you have something interesting to share about LibreOffice, ODF, the Document Liberation Project or the ODF Toolkit, we want to hear from you!
Proposals should be filed by June 30, 2021, in order to guarantee that they will be considered for inclusion in the conference program.
The conference program will be based on the following tracks:
- a) Development, APIs, Extensions, Future Technology
- b) Quality Assurance
- c) Localization, Documentation and Native Language Projects
- d) Appealing Libreoffice: Ease of Use, Design and Accessibility
- e) Open Document Format, Document Liberation and Interoperability
- f) Advocating, Promoting, Marketing LibreOffice
- g) Diversity and Inclusion, New Generation Project for Students’ Inclusion
Presentations, case studies and technical talks will discuss a subject in depth and will last 30 minutes (including Q&A), while Workshops will last 90 minutes (including Q&A). Lightning talks will cover a specific topic and will last 5 minutes (including Q&A). Sessions will be streamed live and recorded for download.
Please send a short description/bio of yourself as well as your talk/workshop proposal to the program committee on the conference list: email@example.com
If you do not agree to provide the data for the talk under the “Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 License”, please explicitly state your terms. In order to make your presentation available on TDF YouTube and PeerTube channels, please do not submit talks containing copyrighted material (music, pictures, etc.).
If you want to give multiple talks, please send a separate email for each one.
Thanks a lot for your participation!