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BSDCan is an enormously successful grass-roots style conference. It brings together a great mix of *BSD developers and users for a nice blend of both developer-centric and user-centric presentations, food, and activities.
The Call for Papers for 2020 has closed. Please subscribe to our announce mailing list to be notified when the CFP for near year opens.
In the meantime, for reference, these were the instructions for submitting a proposal to BSDCan 2020. Your proposals can be acccessed through https://www.bsdcan.org/events/bsdcan_2020/callforpapers/
The original Call for Papers appears below.
The talks should be written with a very strong technical content bias. Proposals of a business development or marketing nature are not appropriate for this venue.
If you are doing something interesting with a BSD operating system, please submit a proposal. Whether you are developing a very complex system using BSD as the foundation, or helping others and have a story to tell about how BSD played a role, we want to hear about your experience. People using BSD as a platform for research are also encouraged to submit a proposal. Possible topics include:
From the BSDCan website, the Archives section will allow you to review the wide variety of past BSDCan presentations as further examples.
Both users and developers are encouraged to share their experiences.
The schedule was:
Recording of the talks
We have taken video recordings of talks in the past and plan to do so in the future. They are made freely available at no charge.
NOTE: In order for recording to occur, you must not use the computer located within the podium. i.e. use your own laptop, not the venue-supplied computer.
We hope the following answers a few frequently asked questions.