[FOSDEM] Call for Participation: Public Code and Digital Public Goods devroom
jan at publiccode.net
Wed Nov 9 13:30:43 UTC 2022
We are happy to announce that the call for participation in the FOSDEM 2023
devroom for Public Code and Digital Public Goods has opened.
It's a devroom dedicated to everyone developing public code - open source
code that implements public policy, used for the public good, and by public
organizations like governments, public administrations and state
The devroom will take place on Sunday 5th February 2023 in Brussels.
We are looking for contributions that would fit within the main theme of
the devroom. Below are some questions that could inspire your proposal:
* have you tried to replicate and/or co-develop with another public
organization? what did you learn along the way?
* do you have any procurement and/or governance models (or hacks!) that
helped you use, reuse and co-develop public code or digital public goods?
* are you working on and/or using some awesome public code or digital
public good that has the potential for reuse, and the world needs to hear
If you have another idea for a talk that you think would fit, please don't
hesitate to let us know! We hope that this will be an opportunity for
everyone to meet and exchange ideas about public code and digital public
goods around the world.
We welcome submissions from projects that have never been to FOSDEM before,
as well as from 'old timers'.
= Submission process =
Please submit your proposals at  before **December 5th 2022**.
If you already have a Pentabarf account (for example as a result of having
submitted a proposal in the past), make sure you use it to log in and
submit your proposal.
Do not create a new account if you already have one. Please provide a bit
of information about yourself under Person -> Description -> Abstract.
When you submit your proposal (creating an "Event" in Pentabarf), make sure
you choose the "Public Code and Digital Public Goods devroom" in the track
drop-down menu. Otherwise, your proposal might go unnoticed.
Fill in at least a title and abstract for the proposed talk and a suggested
Bear in mind that a lot of the value in these meetings comes from the
discussions, so please consider the talk-to-discussion-ratio in your
As we only have a half day for the entire track, you'll have a better
chance of being accepted if you opt to make a shorter presentation.
= Important dates =
* December 5th 2022: deadline for submission of proposals
* December 15th 2022 or before: announcement of final schedule
* February 5th 2023: devroom day - You must be available in person to
present your talk
= Recordings =
The talks are usually recorded on-site. Any recordings will be published
under the same license as all FOSDEM content (CC-BY). By agreeing to
present in the Public Code and Digital Public Goods devroom, you
automatically give permission to be recorded.
- Foundation for Public Code and Digital Public Goods Alliance,
co-organizers of the devroom
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