[FOSDEM] Go Devroom CfP — FOSDEM 2021

Maartje Eyskens maartje at eyskens.me
Mon Dec 14 14:20:15 UTC 2020


Hi gophers,

The Go community has been represented at FOSDEM every year since 2014,
while 2021 will be a weird edition we will still be there!

This year again the Go devroom will be online on Saturday February 6th
2021 and we are now looking for speakers. The format will be 22
minutes talk with 5 minutes for Q&A at the end.
This year will be a little different than previous editions. All talks
will be presented online either pre-recorded or live (which one you
prefer to give is up to you! We do however require a backup video to
be uploaded).
During the talks we will have an online Q&A and chatroom moderated by
our friendly volunteers helping to provide a fun online experience.

This is a great opportunity for new speakers, and we will have people
helping you craft your talk and slides if so you wish. So if you, or
someone you know, are working on something cool that might be good on
a virtual stage, submit a proposal!

Do you want to be one of our speakers? Please submit your proposal
using [pentabarf](https://penta.fosdem.org/submission/FOSDEM21). The
deadline for submission is December 27th 2021 (23:59 UTC). If you are
selected we would like to have the (backup) video uploaded by January
31st 2021.
Should you need any help using pentabarf check out our [“Guide to
Pentabarf”](https://eyskens.me/beginners-guide-to-pentabarf/).
If you want us to check whether your proposal came through correctly,
you can always contact us at
[go-devroom-manager at fosdem.org](mailto:go-devroom-manager at fosdem.org).

Do you want to help organize the devroom? We need people to help with
the Q&A and chat moderation. We are also especially looking for many
people to help with reviewing the proposals and help with video
review/mentoring.
Please send us an email to
[go-devroom-manager at fosdem.org](mailto:go-devroom-manager at fosdem.org)
if you’d like to help out with this.

Any topics related to Go are welcome, with a preference for open
source projects rather than product pitches. We value talks about how
a given project uses Go rather than how a project written in Go is
used.

The room will follow Go’s [Code of Conduct](https://golang.org/conduct).

Cheers,
Maartje Eyskens
Francesc Campoy
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