Plone Conference 2010 Talks Submission Deadline Extended
Talks deadline extended until the 5th September
Due to many requests we are extending the talk submission deadline for Plone Conference 2010 in Bristol, UK until the 5th September. So don't delay, get you talk submission in by the end of this week. Once the deadline is reached, the talks will be put up for public vote as we only have around 50 speaking slots (which have almost been filled already!).
One of the fantastic things about Plone is the wide ranging community that covers developers, designers, integrators, users, and many more. To this end, we always like to see talk submissions from people who might not yet feel a core part of the Plone community. Plone is used in a wide variety of places, and case studies of how it is used in organisations and how Plone has helped changed your organisation are very valuable.
If you are stuck for ideas on things to talk about, Steve McMahon wrote a great blog post recently on some ideas for talks.
So to submit your talk, head over to the talk submission page and fill in your details. Accepted speakers will be eligible for a reduced conference fee of just £150 (+VAT).
See you all in Bristol!