ToorCamp 2021 Call For Papers!
We're currently accepting talk submissions to ToorCamp 2021! ToorCamp is coming soon so get your code finished and submit a talk this time around. Talks can range from hacking, building, and breaking new technologies to orienteering, philosophy, cooking, politics, etc. We will consider any talk that you think would be interesting for an intelligent audience of geeks like you. We’re letting you decide if you want to be a part of our 50-minute talks on Thursday & Friday, 20-minute talks on Saturday, 5-minute lightning talks on Friday night, or if you want to organize a full-on workshop sometime during the event. We evaluate our submissions in the order that they’re received so submit your talk before time runs out!
If you need more time to present, we are also accepting Workshops which run around the camp throughout the event. Workshop presenters get free admission to the camp, so don't miss out on this opportunity!
Please no vendor pitches or talks on old subjects (retro is fine and encouraged!). We try to keep ToorCamp current so please only submit talks on original research that isn’t more than 12 months old. Talks that are submitted for a 50-minute slot may be asked to be reduced to 20-minutes if space on the lineup is limited. You must notify ToorCamp if you are in any way unable to make it to your talk after being accepted. For questions about speaking, please contact email@example.com.
Instructors of accepted workshops will receive free admission to the ToorCamp. Unfortunately, we are unable to cover any admission or expenses for non-workshop presenters. If your talk is accepted and you don't have a ticket we will provide a booking code to purchase one (even though the event is currently sold out).
CFP Review Committee: Bash Explode, joefitz, daveg, Dominic Spill, efffn, Eric Michaud, Geo, h1kari, Lanrat, Michael Ossmann, Mitch Altman, Morgan Roman, Richard Johnson, Soldier of FORTRAN, supersat, Topher Timzen
You can enter submissions until 2021-05-04 23:59 (UTC), 8 months, 3 weeks from now.