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> * **10 minutes** (Lightning talk): Quickly present a cool project, concept, or trick!
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20 minutes** (Standard talk): Introduce the audience to a new Emacs mode, concept, or just talk about something not necessarily shiny and new but that you find really neat nonetheless.
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45 minutes** (Extended talk): Take your time going more in depth, and/or do a demo! Extended talks are a great way of really educating the audience about something you enjoy.


          EmacsConf 2019 | November 2, 2019 | Virtual Conference

Our Call for Proposals for EmacsConf 2019 talks is open now, until August 31, 2019.

We are back again this year, after a much too long hiatus, and we’re calling for your participation! EmacsConf is the conference about the joy of Emacs, Emacs Lisp, and memorizing key sequences.

We welcome speakers of all backgrounds and levels of experience, including newcomers proposing to give their first talk!

Important Dates

CFP Opens July 29, 2019
CFP Closes August 31, 2019
Speaker Notifications September 7, 2019
Schedule Published October 1, 2019
EmacsConf 2019!November 2, 2019

Talk Formats

Keynote speaker(s) for EmacsConf 2019 will be introduced in a future announcement.

Topic Ideas

Not sure what to give a talk about? Come by #emacsconf on irc.freenode.net and say hi! You can join the chat using your favourite IRC client or the freenode webchat. You might also find other neat ideas on the ideas page. Feel free to add your own idea(s) too!

Submission

Once you’re ready to submit your proposal, the submit page has the instructions on how to submit your talk.

We are looking forward to your ideas and submissions!