Libre Application Summit - Call For Papers

Whether you represent a large or small project, the Libre Application Summit is the perfect opportunity to collaborate towards building a new and successful market for the proliferation of FOSS software. We need persons such as you to lend your voice and expertise, so if you would like to be considered for a presentation we are now accepting abstracts.

Possible topics include, but are not limited to: Universal App Packaging - I.e. Flatpak or Snap Toolchains, Toolkits, and Resources for Developers Application Design and UX Legal/Licensing State of the Application Ecosystem

Proposals by newcomers and experienced speakers alike are welcome. When submitting your proposal please keep in mind that talk slots are 45 minutes long. Please kindly keep your abstract to 500 words or less.

The call for presentations will have the following timeline: July 20th: deadline for submitting your talk proposals through August 1st: speakers will be notified if their talk has been accepted September 6th-9th: core conference days in Denver, Colorado

The Papers Team is looking forward to your talk proposal. In case of questions regarding the call for talks, please contact the Papers Team at For general questions regarding the conference, please consult the LAS GNOME website or contact the LAS GNOME organizing team.

You can submit proposals for Talks. Proposals should fit in one of the 5 tracks: Universal App Packaging - I.e. Flatpak or Snap, Toolchains, Toolkits, and Resources for Developers, Application Design and UX, Legal/Licensing/Community, and State of the Application Ecosystem. The submission period has begun Monday, June 25. 2018 and closes Friday, July 27. 2018. That means you have 11 days left! Remember Libre Application Summit will only be as good as the content you present. Submit early, submit often!

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