Call for WineConf 2019 presentations

Aric Stewart aric at
Mon Sep 9 19:21:21 CDT 2019

Hello all,

We are coming up on this fast and we still have a LOT of open slots.  If we have open time then Jeremy will volunteer people to give talks if they are ready or not. 

Send me your talk proposals and lets get the schedule a bit more full. 


On 5/29/19 11:39 AM, Aric Stewart wrote:
> Hello,
> Again this year I am helping coordinate the talks and presentations! I hope that people find it helpful and useful! Last work worked out well enough that I am sticking to the same rough format. I think it worked for most other people as well!
> If you would like to give a presentation!  Please e-mail wineconf at or me directly! I will keep the Wiki updated with presentations and scheduling as we get it worked out.
> When you propose your talk if you have a preference toward a time slot and Saturday or Sunday please express that.
> General Guidelines:
>     *  Please provide an estimate of how long your talk will be. We are shooting for approximate 40 minute slots with between 15-20 minutes of talk and with likely an equal amount of question and discussion time afterward.  Generally shorter talks are not an issue, however longer talks will need to be discussed and will be considered based on the rest of the schedule.
>     * Topics should obviously be of interest to the other attendees, i.e., the broader Wine community, but note that that doesn't imply the talk has to be about Wine itself
>     * If you have a preferred time and date for your talk please indicate that to me when you submit your talk. We will try to make it work as best we can.
> Here are the rough proposed slots, They will be changed and modified as required by the addenda as it gets fleshed out. Understand that even with this shift toward a scheduled day we will not disrupt productive conversation to fit to the schedule. The schedule will warp and flow as required to facilitate the talk, not force the talks to conform to it.  This does mean if you are planing to try to attend a given talk you will likely want to arrive a bit early and understand if when you arrive the schedule is either behind or ahead of plan.
> Daily Slots:
>    09:00 - 09:40 slot 1
>    09:45 - 10:25 slot 2
>    10:30 - 11:00 break
>    11:00 - 11:40 slot 3
>    12:00 - 13:00 lunch break
>    13:00 - 13:40 slot 4
>    13:45 - 14:25 slot 5
>    14:30 - 15:00 break
>    15:00 - 15:40 slot 6
>    15:45 - 16:25 slot 7
>    16:25 - 17:00 Overflow time / small group discussion / short presentations
> We will track proposed presentations on the WineConf Wiki:
> Likely we will have open time at the conference which we will propose presentations and fill at the time. We have never had a problem finding things we all want to talk about.
> thanks!
> -aric
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