[yapc] Talk submissions are closed
jon at hogue.org
Thu Apr 29 11:46:58 PDT 2010
Well, on the other hand, if you have a single person filtering the
talks, then you're probably throwing out some of the good with the
Record companies believe they are acting on the behalf of quality, but
the end result is you get the same junk over and over again that the
executives like, and never something completely interesting that
wouldn't have gotten play with an executive filter.
This way, attendess have a choice. We're likely to get something
completely new and interesting out of something that probably would
have been cut...
On Thu, Apr 29, 2010 at 2:38 PM, Michael Peters <mpeters at plusthree.com> wrote:
> On 04/29/2010 02:27 PM, Chris Nehren wrote:
>> How many tracks does OSCON have?
> About 11 (depends on the day/time, etc) tracks and they are expecting about
> 2,500 people. So they have a much bigger person-per-track size than we do.
> But that's not my main concern. My main concern is quality. If there's no
> filter there's no quality. I know that organizing a conference is a ton of
> work (and it's work I haven't done yet which makes me even less qualified to
> comment) but I still feel like it's important to know that talks were
> selected because they were quality proposals and good, interesting topics.
> Not because we had a whole bunch of rooms available.
> Michael Peters
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