CfP: Software Defined Storage devroom at FOSDEM 2020
FOSDEM is a free software event that offers open source communities a
place to meet, share ideas and collaborate. It is renown for being
highly developer- oriented and brings together 8000+ participants from
all over the world. It is held in the city of Brussels (Belgium).
FOSDEM 2020 will take place during the weekend of February 1st-2nd 2020.
More details about the event can be found at http://fosdem.org/
** Call For Participation
The Software Defined Storage devroom will go into it's fourth round for
talks around Open Source Software Defined Storage projects, management
tools and real world deployments.
Presentation topics could include but are not limited too:
- Your work on a SDS project like Ceph, Gluster, OpenEBS or LizardFS
- Your work on or with SDS related projects like SWIFT or Container
- Management tools for SDS deployments
- Monitoring tools for SDS clusters
** Important dates:
- Nov 24th 2019: submission deadline for talk proposals
- Dec 15th 2019: announcement of the final schedule
- Feb 2nd 2020: Software Defined Storage dev room
Talk proposals will be reviewed by a steering committee:
- Niels de Vos (OpenShift Container Storage Developer - Red Hat)
- Jan Fajerski (Ceph Developer - SUSE)
- Kai Wagner (SUSE)
- Mike Perez (Ceph Community Manager, Red Hat)
- In the "Person" section, provide First name, Last name (in the
"General" tab), Email (in the "Contact" tab) and Bio ("Abstract" field
in the "Description" tab).
- Submit a proposal by clicking on "Create event".
- Important! Select the "Software Defined Storage devroom" track (on the
- Provide the title of your talk ("Event title" in the "General" tab).
- Provide a description of the subject of the talk and the intended
audience (in the "Abstract" field of the "Description" tab)
- Provide a rough outline of the talk or goals of the session (a short
list of bullet points covering topics that will be discussed) in the
"Full description" field in the "Description" tab
- Provide an expected length of your talk in the "Duration" field.
Please consider at least 5 minutes of discussion into your proposal
plus allow 5 minutes for the handover to the next presenter.
Suggested talk length would be 20+5+5 and 45+10+5 minutes. Note that
short talks have a preference so that more topics can be presented
during the day.
** Recording of talks
The FOSDEM organizers plan to have live streaming and recording fully
working, both for remote/later viewing of talks, and so that people can
watch streams in the hallways when rooms are full. This requires
speakers to consent to being recorded and streamed. If you plan to be a
speaker, please understand that by doing so you implicitly give consent
for your talk to be recorded and streamed. The recordings will be
published under the same license as all FOSDEM content (CC-BY).
Hope to hear from you soon! And please forward this announcement.
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