[Openpvrsgx-devgroup] Fwd: [FOSDEM] FOSDEM Graphics Devroom: call for speakers.

H. Nikolaus Schaller hns at goldelico.com
Mon Nov 4 18:02:06 CET 2019


Might fit for our topic to attract more interested people,
but I personally have no plans to go to FOSDEM.

BR,
Nikolaus


> Anfang der weitergeleiteten Nachricht:
> 
> Von: Luc Verhaegen <libv at skynet.be>
> Betreff: [FOSDEM] FOSDEM Graphics Devroom: call for speakers.
> Datum: 4. November 2019 um 17:56:28 MEZ
> An: xorg-devel at lists.x.org, xorg-announce at lists.freedesktop.org, mesa-dev at lists.freedesktop.org, dri-devel at lists.freedesktop.org, wayland-devel at lists.freedesktop.org, linux-media at vger.kernel.org
> Kopie: fosdem at lists.fosdem.org
> 
> Hi,
> 
> At FOSDEM on saturday the 1st of february 2020, there will be another 
> graphics DevRoom. URL: https://fosdem.org/2020/
> 
> The focus of this DevRoom is:
> * Graphics drivers: from display to media to 3d drivers, both in 
> bootloaders, kernel or userspace. Be it part of DRM, KMS, V4L, 
> (direct)FB, Xorg, Mesa...
> * Input drivers: kernel and userspace.
> * Windowing systems: X, Wayland, Mir, directFB, ...
> * Even colour management, low level toolkit stuff, and other areas which 
> i might have overlooked above are accepted.
> 
> Slots will be handed out on a first come, first serve basis. The best 
> slots will go to those who apply the earliest. We have the devroom from 
> 10:30 til 19:00, giving us 8h30, so eight 50 minute talks and one 20 
> minute talk are available.
> 
> Talk Submission:
> ----------------
> 
> The venerable pentabarf system will once again be used for talk 
> submission.
> 
> https://penta.fosdem.org/submission/FOSDEM20
> 
> Remember that FOSDEM is a huge, and tightly organized event with 10+k 
> visitors, full livestreaming, and a booklet which holds the schedule. So 
> put some effort in your talk submission and details, especially since 
> the schedule gets locked down well before the event starts.
> 
> Since this an open source community event, please refrain from turning 
> in a talk that is purely corporate or a product commercial. Also, this 
> is a highly technical devroom on a conference aimed at developers and 
> advanced users, so only submit a talk on a subject you actually are 
> involved with. Finally, if you are unsure whether you can come or not 
> (this is FOSDEM, why are you not there anyway?), wait with submitting 
> your talk until you know for sure.
> 
> When in pentabarf, spend some time on the abstract and description, for 
> both the event and the speaker. The abstract should be a shortened 
> description, and the event abstract will sometimes even be printed 
> directly in the booklet. BUT, on the website the abstract is  
> immediately followed by the full description. If your abstract is fully 
> descriptive, while terse, you might get away with just the abstract.
> 
> Talks are either 50 minutes or 20 minutes long, plus 5 minutes for 
> questions.
> 
> All talks will be recorded, and will be streamed out live, and will 
> later be made available as CC-BY, sometimes minutes after your talk has 
> finished.
> 
> As for deadlines, the fosdem organizers want to have a finished schedule 
> by the 15th of december. Don't count on this deadline: first come first 
> serve! The worst slots will be assigned to those who come last, which 
> could be pretty dire given that there is the traditional FOSDEM beer 
> event the night before ;)
> 
> Please try to re-use your accounts from the previous years. If you have 
> forgotten your password, then you can reset it here: 
> https://penta.fosdem.org/user/forgot_password
> 
> If there are any questions or issues, just poke me by email or on IRC.
> 
> Necessary information:
> ----------------------
> 
> Below is a list of what i need to see filled in in pentabarf when you 
> apply for a devroom before i consider it a valid submission. Remember: 
> first come, first serve. The best slots (which are on saturday 
> afternoon) are for the earliest submissions.
> 
> On your personal page:
> * General:
>  * First and last name
>  * Nickname
>  * Image
> * Contact:
>  * email address
>  * mobile number (this is a very hard requirement as there will be no 
> other reliable form of emergency communication on the day)
> * Description:
>  * Abstract
>  * Description
> 
> Create an event:
> * On the General page:
>  * Event title
>  * Event subtitle.
>  * Track: Graphics Devroom
>  * Event type: Lecture (talk) or Meeting (BoF)
> * Persons:
>  * Add yourself as speaker.
> * Description:
>  * Abstract:
>  * Full Description
> * Schedule:
>  * select your preferred talk length, either 55 or 25 minutes.
> * Links:
>  * Add relevant links.
> 
> The mobile phone number is the hardest requirement, so you can be 
> contacted on-the-day when something comes up. Speakers will all receive 
> my mobile number in return.
> 
> Everything else can be ignored or will be filled in by me or the FOSDEM 
> organizers. Remember, i will only schedule your talk after the basics 
> are somewhat filled in (you still can change them until december 14th).
> 
> I will be keeping a keen eye on your submissions and will come back with 
> further questions or make small fixes as needed. Feel free to poke me 
> with any questions or anything, both on irc (libv at freenode) and on 
> email.
> 
> That's about it. Hope to see you all at FOSDEM :)
> 
> Luc Verhaegen.
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