Please note that the systemd.conf 2016 Call for Participation ends in less than two weeks, on Aug. 1st! Please send in your talk proposal by then! We’ve already got a good number of excellent submissions, but we are interested in yours even more!
We are looking for talks on all facets of systemd: deployment, maintenance, administration, development. Regardless of whether you use it in the cloud, on embedded, on IoT, on the desktop, on mobile, in a container or on the server: we are interested in your submissions!
In addition to proposals for talks for the main conference, we are looking for proposals for workshop sessions held during our Workshop Day (the first day of the conference). The workshop format consists of a day of 2-3h training sessions, that may cover any systemd-related topic you'd like. We are both interested in submissions from the developer community as well as submissions from organizations making use of systemd! Introductory workshop sessions are particularly welcome, as the Workshop Day is intended to open up our conference to newcomers and people who aren't systemd gurus yet, but would like to become more fluent.
For further details on the submissions we are looking for and the CfP process, please consult the CfP page and submit your proposal using the provided form!
And keep in mind:
REMINDER: Please sign up for the conference soon! Only a limited number of tickets are available, hence make sure to secure yours quickly before they run out! (Last year we sold out.) Please sign up here for the conference!
AND OF COURSE: We are also looking for more sponsors for systemd.conf! If you are working on systemd-related projects, or make use of it in your company, please consider becoming a sponsor of systemd.conf 2016! Without our sponsors we couldn't organize systemd.conf 2016!
Thank you very much, and see you in Berlin!