FUDCon APAC 2015: Now accepting talk proposals and registration

India was host to FUDCon in 2006 and 2011 and is now back in 2015. Talk proposals and registration are both open now.

FUDCon APAC 2015 is organized in association with the Maharashtra Institute of Technology College of Engineering (MIT COE), one of the premier engineering colleges in Pune, at their Campus. Keeping in line with the aim of increasing participation to Fedora and engaging with various OpenSource communities, we hereby invite you to submit proposals of interest for Talks, Workshops and Hackfests.

This is a very well planned event and we have many people behind it burning the candle at both ends to make it successful. It is quite evident from Pravin Satput‘s blog post that how organizers and volunteers are pulling their own weight. So, to seize the opportunity, don’t forget to submit your talk.

You may submit as many topics as you feel qualified to deliver. Suggested topics include but are in no way limited to:

Embedded Systems
Internationalization & Localization
Quality Engineering

Submit your proposal now. Submissions and Registration will be accepted through 9 March, 2015

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  2. Kind of curious — does anyone know why we now have Flock and FUDCon both? Any reason LatAm and APAC still use the older branding?

    • They have a different focus. Historically, most of our developer base is in North America and Europe. The APAC and LATAM events have been a little more user-focused. When Flock was created, the idea was to bring all of the FUDCons together and shift to a planning and development conference… it’s my understanding that the local communities in the other parts of the world wanted to continue with FUDCon concept and its more fluid mission of connecting users and developers. We do try to fly key contributors to Flock whereever they may live, as much as our budget allows.

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