[yapc] All Talks Welcome

JT Smith admin at yapcna.org
Thu Mar 15 06:23:29 PDT 2012

Machine kicked. Not sure why the monitoring system didn't detect that. Checking on it.

JT Smith
Director, YAPC::NA 2012


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On Mar 15, 2012, at 2:13 AM, Scott Walters wrote:

> kthakore found out because I urged him to put in for a talk because he's
> working on some really interesting stuff and I knew the deadline was
> approaching.  Talk or no talk, I hope he'll consider Startup Row.
> Speaking of deadlines, I've just turned my attention from another one
> to this one and I'm finding that http://act.yapcna.org/2012/newtalk is
> giving "504 Gateway Time-out nginx/1.0.9" and has been for a while.
> This is making me nervous.
> Can someone kick the machine?
> Thanks,
> -scott
> On  0, Chris Nehren <c.nehren/yapc at shadowcat.co.uk> wrote:
>> On Mar 4, 2012, at 18:13, JT Smith wrote:
>>> Why? If it takes you more than two weeks to write a paragraph or two about what you're speaking about, it doesn't seem to me that you'll be able to get it done if I give you four weeks. 
>> Just now on #yapc (which has remarkably little organizer presence, mind):
>> 17:36:21 *** kthakore ~kthakore at li136-101.members.linode.com has joined #yapc
>> 17:36:28 <kthakore> hallo!
>> 17:36:46 <kthakore> Are there any openings for giving talks at yapc::na?
>> 17:38:18 <apeiron> yes. 
>> 17:38:52 <kthakore> And where would I submit this?
>> 17:39:23 <apeiron> register on act.yapcna.org
>> 17:39:33 <kthakore> ah
>> 17:39:42 <kthakore> cannot find this link in the blog posts done
>> 17:39:47 <kthakore> thank you much apeiron 
>> 17:39:53 <apeiron> then go to http://act.yapcna.org/2012/newtalk
>> This is why. This, here, this is precisely why. kthakore only just found out *today* where to submit a talk. If you're not familiar with his work, he pretty much singlehandedly turned the SDL project around from stagnation into awesomeness. I would certainly (and did!*) accept a talk he submitted to YAPC. With such a stringent deadline you're going to be missing submissions from people like him. ... and also schwern, from the sound of it. 
>> * having also twisted his arm into actually submitting in the first place and offered hosting for a demo he wanted to do, but I digress
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