Ubuntu Online Summit is once again upon us. This is a community event by and for the community. It's all encompassing and intends to cover a wide range of topics. You don't need to be a developer, project lead, member of a team, or even a member of ubuntu to join and participate. The only requirement is your passion for ubuntu and desire to discuss about it's future with others.
The dates are set as November 12-November 14th from 1400 UTC to 2000 UTC. I am once again privileged to be a track lead for the users track. In my opinion, this is the best track as it's the one the largest number of us within the community can easily feel a part of (just don't like Michael, David, Daniel or Alan know I said that). Do you use ubuntu? Awesome, this is the track for you.
What I'm asking for is sessions. Have an idea for a session? Please propose it! Everything you need to know about participating can be found here. If you've attended things like ubuntu open week or a classroom session in the past, all of those types of sessions are welcome and encouraged.
"The focus of the Users track is to highlight ways to get the most out of Ubuntu, on your laptop, your phone or your server. From detailed how-to sessions, to tips and tricks, and more, this track can provide something for everybody, regardless of skill level."
Regardless of your desire to contribute a session, I would encourage everyone to take a look at the schedule as it evolves and considering joining in sessions they find interesting. In addition, it's not yet too late to offer up ideas for sessions (though I would encourage you to find a way to host the session).
Ready to propose a session? Checkout this page and feel free to ping me or any track lead for help. Don't forget to register to attend and check out the currently scheduled sessions!