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Re: [Debconf-team] Possible to Make Last Minute Talk Submission?

Hi Sicelo

The correct people to email is the contents team, copied in.

I kept the -team in for info, please drop them from your replies.

On Wed, Jun 29, 2016 at 11:28 PM, Sicelo <absicsz@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi
> I would like to find out if it would still be possible to make a talk
> submission for the DebConf.
> I do expect that the schedule is fixed by now, but if there is a
> possibility to use any open room/slot, I would appreciate it. My talk is
> not long, and I think a 20-minute slot is better than a 45-minute one.
> The basic thought of the talk would be: challenges with using Debian (or
> other Linux) in developing nations. This will mostly be based on my own
> experiences, and some comments from a few of the other friends who have
> tried or shown interest in Debian.
> Sincere apologies for last minute submission.

We would be thrilled to have you give a talk!

While the main rooms are filled, mostly, there are parallel sessions
for talks to be arranged at any time up until the last day, that is
part of the design of the conference.

Please submit your talk here: https://debconf16.debconf.org/talks/new/

Please also give some thought if you would like it to be part of the
Open Fest, or part of the technical part of the conference, or if you
have no opinion, by looking at the schedule, and including this in
your submission notes: https://debconf16.debconf.org/schedule/

best regards

> Regards
> Sicelo A. Mhlongo
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