A quick addendum for talk proposers:
We have 47 proposals and approximately 17 slots. That means 30 or
more disappointed talk proposers. But fret not! The conference will
have ample opportunities to share your ideas in lightning talks,
breakout sessions, and (most importantly) brewpub chats.
On Tue, Nov 17, 2009 at 11:00, Michael J. Giarlo
<[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> The opportunity to submit a proposal for a 20-minute prepared talk at
> the 2010 Code4Lib Conference in Asheville, NC has now closed. We
> received 47 great proposals in what must surely be our best year ever
> for talk submissions.
> Voting on these proposals is now open to anyone who has registered at
> code4lib.org (accounts are freely available to anyone). Head to the
> voting site as soon as possible to ensure that your username and
> password work as expected. Enter your code4lib.org.org login to vote;
> should you run into any difficulties authenticating, do not hesitate
> to contact myself <[log in to unmask]> and Ryan Wick
> <[log in to unmask]>.
> Here is the ballot:
> To vote, assign any number from 1 to 3 for any talk for which you wish
> to vote; 1 means "would somewhat like to see this" and 3 means "I
> would be disappointed NOT to see this OMGOMGOMG". You may change your
> vote as often as you wish until voting closes. "Vote early, vote
> often" really is our motto.
> The vote will remain open through 12:00AM (midnight) Eastern on
> December 1, 2009. This tends to trip folks up, so just to clarify: I
> am referring to the very minute of 11:59PM Eastern on November 30,
> 2009. Don't expect to vote on 12/1!
> Track voting results by hopping on to the #code4lib IRC channel on the
> Freenode network and typing @talks2010. Or check it over the web:
> Thanks to Ross Singer for doing the ballot dance, to Roy Tennant for
> lolcat-herding, and to various individuals from whom this call for
> voting was plagiarized!