Call for Speakers
OCA Days 2021 - Online
Proposals are closed!
This event does not accept proposals.
***DEADLINE - FRIDAY 15 SEPTEMBER 2023***
We will accept a broad range of proposals, from presentations on different modules, community projects to trainings/tutorials, case studies, implementations and great discussion topics. As long as the presentation is interesting and potentially useful to the audience, it will be considered for inclusion in the programme.
When submitting a talk please put at the end of the talk title if it is a functional or technical talk.
New for 2023 - Functional track.
This year, we'll also host a functional track as well as our standard track. We would like to promote some topics and encourage experts to propose their talks to help functional participants feel more integrated into the OCA.
In the functional room we would like to give the opportunity for good discussions too - one person proposes a topic, gives his understanding and then it's more of a practices and ideas exchange moment.
When submitting your functional talk please as mentioned above, let us know it is functional and also whether it is to be a presentation, training or discussion.
Here are some examples of topics that will certainly interest functional profiles:
How to contribute to the OCA as a functional?
How to navigate Github as a functional?
How to use Weblate and why it is useful?
How to use the runboat and test every OCA module easily?
Presentation of must-have OCA modules from a functional perspective
Any other topic that you think could help functional get more engaged into the OCA community
If you feel up to it, whether you have a technical or functional profile, please help us make the OCA Days interesting for functional roles! We'll have 30min, 45 min and 60min slots available.
We can't wait to see what our community has to share for 2023!
Fill this form to propose your talk.
- Presentations. These are standard talks with slides, allocated in slots of 30 or 60 minutes.
- Training Talks. Training and tutorials that can take up to 90 minutes.
Discussions. These talks are based on a subject with some introduction but discussion around the topic to follow. Generally 30 or 60 minutes in total.
We require speakers to accept an agreement in which they commit to:
- Timely release of presentation material (slides), for publishing on our website.
- Allow video and audio recording of their presentation, for publishing on our website.