The 2016 Ohio LinuxFest is looking for presentations on Friday and
Saturday, October 7 and 8. Please visit the CFP page
<https://ohiolinux.org/call-for-presentations/> for full details
about submitting a proposal. The deadline is Friday, July 22, but
the sooner you can submit a talk, the better.
Started in 2003, the Ohio LinuxFest <https://ohiolinux.org/> is an
annual grassroots conference in Columbus, Ohio dedicated to open
access for all. Presentations relating to any free and open source
software, not just Linux, are welcome. Areas where we've had talks in
the past include networking, system administration, development, and
Our audience consists of people at all skill levels. Prior speaking
experience is a plus, although we do try to provide opportunities for
first-time speakers. If you have any questions, please contact us at
<speakers(a)ohiolinux.org>. We look forward to hearing from you!
Speaker Chair, 2016 Ohio LinuxFest
Since the very idea was conceived in March'2016, I am having issues
with budgeting (and other organizers will also have similar issues) as
the rule book for ambassadors says that I should have applied in the
What can be done on the matter?
Thanks and Best
Prof(Miss) A. Mani
CU, ASL, AMS, ISRS, CLC, CMS