Roughly half of the Mozilla Summit 2010 schedule has been set aside for breakout sessions, and all Summit participants are welcome to submit session proposals.
Breakout Sessions will be limited to 45 minutes, including Q&A/Discussion time. A variety of room sizes will be available, although the final size and availability of rooms is still to be determined!
There will also be time and space available for spontaneous, unscheduled breakout sessions or continued discussions throughout the course of the Summit.
Session sign-ups are a bit different than Science Fair and Lightning Talk sign-ups, in that slots will not be given out on a first-come-first-served basis.
Once we have all the proposals, the Summit Committee will be surveying community leaders and Summit participants to select the final set of Sessions that end up on the official schedule. The precise method we'll be using for this hasn't been finalized, but will likely involve evaluating overall interest in various sessions, and basing the selection largely on that.
If you want to lead a session at the Summit, please head over to the Summit Session Proposals Sign-up Sheet and fill in the form as soon as you can. We'll be accepting session proposals only until June 15th.
Summit Session Proposals Sign-up Sheet
What we provide
- a slot in the schedule
- an appropriately sized room
- whatever other equipment you indicate on the sign-up sheet
What you bring
- enough content and/or discussion topics to fill 45 mins
If you have any questions about the Summit Sessions (or the Summit in general) please send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we'll get back to you as quickly as we can.