If you want to follow the rankings for the talk voting, I put together a script + sheet that automatically recalculates the ranking. Assuming my cat doesn't eat the squirrel, it should update every 10 minutes.
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Syracuse University Libraries
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Subject: [CODE4LIB] Code4Lib 2019 Program Voting Open!
The Code4Lib 2019 Program Committee is happy to announce that voting is now open for prepared talks.
To vote, visit goo.gl/xvQXyu, review the proposals, and assign points to those presentations you would like to see on the program this year.
* Voting will end on Thursday, October 25, 2018 at 11:59:59 PM PT (GMT-8) *
Every year, the Code4Lib community votes on proposals that they would like to see included in the program. The top 10 proposals will be guaranteed a slot at the conference. For all other slots, the Program Committee will curate the remainder of presentations in an effort to ensure diversity and quality using the following criteria (in no particular order):
Favor first time presenters
No duplicate presenters
Presentations generally well voted/received by community
Diversity of presenters by gender, ethnicity, institution, type of
Diversity of topics/content
Those who proposed a talk but are not selected are highly encouraged to do a lightning talk during the conference. Lightning talks are first come first serve sign up during the conference.
Selected presenters will be contacted directly once the program committee has deliberated.
The complete program will be announced in November. Please check the Code4lib mailing list or the conference website for the news.
For more information about Code4Lib 2019, visit https://2019.code4lib.org <http://2018.code4lib.org>