Scale 20x Final Call for Track Speakers

Southern California Linux Expo 2023 (SCALE 20x) is seeking talk proposals for their  20th Annual SCALE 20X to be held on March 9-12, 2023 at the Pasadena Convention Center in Pasadena, California, near Los Angeles.

They announced on twitter for a one last call out to all those interested in submitting their talks for the same. 

The tracks in focus will be general tracks; a wide range of topics related to Free/Open Source Software (FOSS) and open hardware, aerospace, Cloud Native, Developer, Home Automation, open data, government and medical, security , systems and infrastructure and more. If you want to find out about the rest of the tracks, click here.

How to Submit a Proposal

If you are a registered speaker from a previous SCALE event, you can re-use your account from the previous SCALE submission and you don’t need to sign up for a new account (and you can skip the next two paragraphs).For First time speakers visit their website to learn more.

Once registration is complete, an email will be automatically sent to the email address to set the password for subsequent access.

To submit a talk, please go to the link labeled Submit a presentation: Enter the title for the talk, the intended audience and the proposed track for this talk. Then provide a brief description of the main points to be presented. Provide additional details in the space provided. Also, include the names of all speakers that will present this session. Each speaker must be registered with the system before they can be entered in the ”speaker” field.

Once the talk has been submitted, further edits to the submission can be made, if necessary, up to the CFP closing date by logging into the account with the credentials provided during registration. Be sure to include an email for the primary contact for the presentation. Important information will be sent to that address.

For submitting multiple talks for the same speaker, the step above may be repeated; note that you don’t need to register the speaker again.

Please notify them if the presentation will require a special technical set-up. The setup provided will include: microphone, overhead projector, a laptop running Linux with a postscript viewer as well as LibreOffice (You may use your own laptop if you prefer.)

Presentations will be allotted a time slot of about 45 minutes (except workshops and upSCaLE talks). Please ensure that presentations are done in open non-proprietary format. In case you run into any problems during the submission process, for help, please email [email protected]

Proposal abstracts are reviewed by an expert committee and evaluated solely on merit. 

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