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authorAmin Bandali <bandali@gnu.org>2021-08-05 01:13:37 -0400
committerAmin Bandali <bandali@gnu.org>2021-08-05 01:13:37 -0400
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Tweaks and fixes to the 2021 submit page
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-[[!meta title="Submit - DRAFT"]]
-[[!meta copyright="Copyright &copy; 2019, 2020, 2021 Amin Bandali"]]
+[[!meta title="Submit"]]
+[[!meta copyright="Copyright &copy; 2019, 2020 Amin Bandali<br />
+Copyright 2021 Amin Bandali, Sacha Chua, Leo Vivier"]]
-**This document is a draft.**
-
-When you are ready to submit your proposal, send your submission via
+When you're ready to submit your proposal, send your submission via
email to <emacsconf-submit@gnu.org> by **September 30**, including at
minimum these essential information:
@@ -20,8 +19,8 @@ minimum these essential information:
- 40 minutes:
- your availability during the conference days (Nov 27 and 28) and how
- you would like to handle questions (live web conference, IRC, pad,
- wiki, questions after the event)
+ you'd like to handle questions (live web conference, IRC, pad, wiki,
+ questions after the event); and
- your agreement with the speaker release for EmacsConf (see below).
@@ -84,17 +83,18 @@ it if EmacsConf 2021 could highlight interesting perspectives and
reflect the diversity of our community. If you know someone who might
have a good idea for a talk, please reach out to them and encourage
them to submit a proposal. Many people (especially from
-underrepresented groups such as women, people of colour, and
-non-developers) might not consider themselves expert enough to share
-their thoughts. If you let them know that you value their knowledge
-and maybe even suggest something that you think others would like to
-hear more about, they may realize that they have something worth
-sharing and that we would love to hear from them.
-
-This year, we are experimenting with an anonymized submission process.
-Identifying information will be removed from submissions by a
-conference organizer who will not participate in talk selection. The
-anonymized submissions will then be reviewed by a selection committee.
-We hope this will help reduce bias and encourage contribution. We
-look forward to hearing from you (and the people you want to nudge to
-speak)!
+underrepresented groups such as women, people of colour,
+non-developers, etc.) might not consider themselves expert enough to
+share their thoughts. If you let them know that you value their
+knowledge and maybe even suggest something that you think others would
+like to hear more about, they may realize that they have something
+worth sharing and that we would love to hear from them.
+
+We will continue using an anonymized submission process this year as
+well. Identifying information will be removed from the submissions by
+a conference organizer who will not participate in talk selection.
+The anonymized submissions will then be reviewed by a selection
+committee (if you would like to help review submissions as part of
+this committee, please [[let us know|contact]]. We hope this will
+help reduce bias and encourage contribution. We look forward to
+hearing from you (and the people you want to nudge to speak)!