No, I don't think so. The host for next year's conference is usually not
known until *after* the present conference finishes. It's typical to have
an informational breakout session for the groups who are considering
hosting. Part of the hosting proposal is providing one or more date ranges,
so those are entirely up to the hosts. Buffalo, for instance, chose a later
date than past years, but that's not to say that the next host won't follow
suit. There's no written rule saying Code4Lib must always be in March.
I'm not sure when hosting proposals will be solicited; the current year's
local planning committee is responsible for that, but I'm sure they're busy
with the impending conference.
(I was on LPC for San José in 2019)
On Tue, May 3, 2022 at 9:31 AM Emily Sommers <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> The next BitCurator Forum (previously BitCurator Users Forum<
> https://bitcuratorconsortium.org/forum/>) is being planned tentatively
> for March 2023. We are shifting from having the Forum in the Fall to the
> Spring. We would like to avoid conflicting with the Code4Lib conference
> which is also traditionally held in March. Have dates for C4L 2023 been
> selected yet?
> Emily Sommers (on behalf of the 2023 Forum Team)
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