FOSDEM Ruby Devroom, Call for Papers

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As you all know (or really should know), FOSDEM conference takes place on the 7th and 8th of february next year. Again, this year, BRUG is manning a Ruby – RoR devroom on saturday.

If you stumbled upon or wrote a particularly nifty bit of Ruby code, or you’re an expert on a particular aspect of Rails, you should apply for a talk !

The wiki; says:

We accept 25 minute and 50 minute talks and tutorials, but we are not strict on this so please indicate the preferred length of your talk/tutorial in your proposal. We may still slightly adjust this length depending on the response we receive. We would like to ask you to include a short bio when you submit your proposal. This bio will appear on the FOSDEM website and should consist of a single sentence description and an extended description; examples can be found in last year’s program: http://archive.fosdem.org/2008/schedule/events . Unfortunately, I can’t do anything myself (should i think of a subject), since i’m part of the organizing team, and other team members have already suggested that we will all be incredibly busy.