Propose a talk for Flock!

Flock 2017’s CFP is open! We need your Flock session proposals! This year’s Flock is more action-oriented compared to previous Flocks. The majority of session slots are hackfests and workshops; only one day (Tuesday the 29th) is devoted to traditional talks. The registration system allows you to submit 4 different types of proposals: Talk (30 min) – A traditional talk, 30-minute time slot. Talk (60 min) – A traditional talk, 60-minute time slot. Do-Session (120 min) – A 2-hour long hackfest or workshop. Do-Session (120 min) – A 3-hour long hackfest or workshop. There is no session proposal limit. Feel free to submit as many proposals as you have ideas for. Our CFP ends June 15 so you have one week to get those awesome proposals in! Submit your Flock session proposal now! How to create a strong proposal How can you ensure your proposal is sufficiently strong enough for acceptance into Flock? Here are some tips and guidelines: Align your proposal to Fedora’s new mission statement. Fedora’s mission statement was updated almost two months ago. The revised and final mission statement is: Fedora creates an innovative platform for hardware, clouds, and containers that enables software developers and community members …