Good news for all monitoring enthusiasts who’d like to speak at OSMC in Nuremberg later this year! We have extended our Call for Papers until August 15! That means you have one more week to send in your talk proposal. With this blogpost I will give you a simple guide of how to successfully submit your OSMC talk:
Reveal exciting topics!
You are invited to share your expertise on various open source topics and projects, technical background, latest developments, innovative features, helpful tutorials, insightful case studies, best practices and future trends. We place great emphasis on presentations that provide participants with a comprehensive technical understanding.
Customize Your Presentation!
At OSMC, we offer three distinct presentation formats to suit your preferences: a dynamic 5-minute Ignite talk, an in-depth 30-minute speaking session, or an extended 45-minute speaking session. Select the format that best complements your content and presentation style!
Submit your Talk!
Almost there! Now take the final step and submit your paper directly via our website. Besides some self-explanatory fields you need to describe your talk in 500 characters. Also give us a short description about your biography. And that’s it. We’ll get back to you as soon as a decision is made.
We look forward to your talk submissions and would be happy to have you on board at this year’s edition of the Open Source Monitoring Conference! Save the date for November 7 – 9 in Nuremberg!