[RubyConf] Formal presentation proposals now being accepted forRubyConf 2005

Discussion in 'Ruby' started by David A. Black, Apr 21, 2005.

  1. Dear Rubyists,

    Formal proposals for RubyConf 2005 presentations are now being
    accepted[1]. If you submitted a preliminary proposal when you
    preregistered, you'll be able to edit it directly. If you didn't
    submit a proposal, but would like to, you can do that now. (You must
    first preregister[2], if you haven't already.)

    *** PLEASE NOTE *** that you must submit a formal proposal, even if
    you submitted a preliminary proposal when you preregistered.

    Proposal submission will be open only until May 27, so please submit
    your proposal promptly if you have one!

    The conference program will be announced approximately 3-4 weeks
    after the close of proposal submission. Further guidelines and
    instructions are on the proposal form.


    David Black
    Chad Fowler
    Rich Kilmer

    for RubyConf 2005 and Ruby Central, Inc.

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    [1] http://www.rubycentral.org/conference/propose
    [2] http://www.rubycentral.org/conference/prereg
    David A. Black, Apr 21, 2005
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  2. David A. Black wrote:
    > Formal proposals for RubyConf 2005 presentations are now being
    > accepted[1]. If you submitted a preliminary proposal when you
    > preregistered, you'll be able to edit it directly. If you didn't
    > submit a proposal, but would like to, you can do that now. (You must
    > first preregister[2], if you haven't already.)


    Is there a way to submit more than one proposal?

    Steve
    Steven Jenkins, Apr 22, 2005
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  3. Hi --

    On Fri, 22 Apr 2005, Steven Jenkins wrote:

    > David A. Black wrote:
    >> Formal proposals for RubyConf 2005 presentations are now being
    >> accepted[1]. If you submitted a preliminary proposal when you
    >> preregistered, you'll be able to edit it directly. If you didn't
    >> submit a proposal, but would like to, you can do that now. (You must
    >> first preregister[2], if you haven't already.)

    >
    > Is there a way to submit more than one proposal?


    No, sorry, it's one per applicant.


    DB

    --
    David A. Black
    David A. Black, Apr 22, 2005
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  4. David A. Black wrote:
    >> Is there a way to submit more than one proposal?

    >
    >
    > No, sorry, it's one per applicant.


    Don't you think it makes more sense to limit the number of accepted
    proposals to one? I have two ideas for presentations, and I'd be happy
    for the organizers to choose at most one from them.

    Steve
    Steven Jenkins, Apr 22, 2005
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