Call for papers

DrupalGov 2020 is seeking session submissions from people connected to Drupal in government to share experiences across diverse backgrounds, topic areas and disciplines. Selected speakers will receive a complimentary ticket to the event. 

Session submissions can be either standard 20-minute sessions (about a 15-minute presentation plus 5 minutes or so for questions) or lightning talks of less than 10 minutes. You can submit sessions individually or with a co-presenter. Attendees can submit proposals for lightning talks ahead of time or at the event.

Session track topics include:

  • Backend Development
  • Frontend Development
  • DevOps and Security
  • User Experience & Content
  • Project Management
  • Showcase & Horizons

You can view full session track descriptions for more information. Submissions will be evaluated by a volunteer team of Track Leads with experience in each topic area and will be chosen based on completeness of description, relevance to the track topic, and speaker experience.

Submissions must be made before 11:59pm on Monday 14 September 2020. Multiple submissions are allowed. We will let everyone know if their sessions have been accepted or declined in September. 

We're looking forward to your submissions, and seeing you all at this year's virtual DrupalGov! Thank you to all contributors.

Speaker Information

Gender
We want to ensure speaker diversity in the selection process by noting speakers’ gender, background and speaking experience.
Do you identify as an under-represented group?
We want to ensure speaker diversity in the selection process by noting speakers’ gender, background and speaking experience.
A short biography of yourself
Have you spoken at a Drupal conference before?
We want to ensure speaker diversity in the selection process by noting speakers’ gender, background and speaking experience.
Are you co-presenting with another speaker?
Co-presenter information
Gender
We want to ensure speaker diversity in the selection process by noting speakers’ gender, background and speaking experience.
Do you identify as an under-represented group?
We want to ensure speaker diversity in the selection process by noting speakers’ gender, background and speaking experience.
A short biography of yourself
Have you spoken at a Drupal conference before?
We want to ensure speaker diversity in the selection process by noting speakers’ gender, background and speaking experience.

Presentation Information

Session Track
Length
What level of expertise best describes your session?
Would your talk work well for conference attendees who are new to Drupal?
This will help attendees who may have experience in other areas, but want to learn about Drupal in general.
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