Do you want five uninterrupted minutes where you have the full and undivided attention of everyone at the Summit? Need a chance to tell people (very quickly) about something you're working on, thinking about, or need help with?
This is your chance!
The Mozilla 2010 Summit schedule will include Lightning Talk sessions where you will have a chance to give a 5 minute presentation about something you're working on, thinking about, or experimenting with to almost 600 of your fellow Mozillians.
Lightning Talks will be hosted by a moderator and each presenter strictly held to a five minute time limit. While there's obviously no time to respond to questions during the Lightning Talk sessions, Summit participants are encouraged to find and chat with each Lightning Talk presenter afterwards and throughout the course of the Summit.
Space is limited!
But space is limited! We will only have so much time to devote to Lightning Talks, so there are a limited number of slots available, which will be assigned on a first-come-first-served basis.
If you want to participate, please head over to the Summit Lightning Talks Sign-up Sheet and fill in the form as soon as you can. Lightning Talk slots will be assigned on a first-come-first-served basis, with sign-ups ending on June 15th.
What we provide
- a stage
- a microphone
- a large room full of your fellow Mozillians
What you bring
- a five minute talk about something you're working on, thinking about, experimenting with, etc.
If you have any questions about the Summit Lightning Talks (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.