#1584726: DrupalCons Portland 2024 : 6-9 May
Making DrupalCon Diverse & Inclusive
The Drupal Association is committed to a safe and inclusive event for all, regardless of age, body size, caste, disability, ethnicity, gender, language, nationality, physical appearance, race, religion, sexual orientation, and socioeconomic status.
We strongly encourage submissions from speakers and facilitators who have been marginalized due to racism, misogyny, transphobia, and other forms of discrimination.
Sessions should share knowledge and enhance the community—rather than sell products or services.
Preference will be given to sessions that aren’t already available online.
We encourage longtime DrupalCon speakers to partner with other community members - new speakers are welcome!
To create well-rounded presentations with varied perspectives, we encourage session partnerships between service providers and clients and generally recommend that speakers and panel facilitators represent different organizations.
The number of speakers and panel facilitators per session is limited. See information in the session types section below.
To support diversity of our speakers and programming, we will only accept panels that include some speakers from underrepresented communities.
Speakers may submit no more than two session proposals.
Accepted speakers and panel facilitators may participate in a maximum of two sessions, only one of which can be a solo session.
Speakers and panel facilitators are required to read and adhere to the DrupalCon Code of Conduct.
Submitters may edit their submission until the submission deadline.
Fireside chat: Fireside chats are casual conversations between a facilitator, an interviewee, and the audience, without the aid of slides. (1 facilitator and 1 interviewee)
Lecture presentation: Your typical conference presentation. Q&A is highly encouraged. (1-2 speakers)
Panel: Panels bring together diverse perspectives for spirited debate and discussion between panelists and participants without the aid of slides. Panels are not a series of short presentations. (1 facilitator and up to 3 panelists)
Workshop: Workshops provide active and in-depth learning through hands-on activities. Participants should leave with a tangible skill or product. (1-2 Facilitators and speakers)
|Date added||Oct. 26, 2023, 11:53 a.m.|
|Venue||Oregon Convention Center Portland, Oregon, May 6, 2024, midnight - May 9, 2024, midnight|