As part of our exciting 4 day program, we're featuring a series of technical workshops, where leading practitioners deliver hands-on training. These are generally extraordinary value, and a chance to meet/connect with like minded developers and users. We invite you to to submit a workshop proposal.
Workshops will be held on Tuesday 20th November, in the Old Arts Building at the University of Melbourne. We have access to excellent rooms, including the eLearning studios, equipped with modern presentation facilities.
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This is a unique opportunity to be part of the first FOSS4G Oceania conference and we are looking forward to working with passionate and dedicated members of the open source community to make it a success.
Submission deadline for workshop proposals is 31 July.
For more information, please contact the organising committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Workshops will be 3.5 hours in duration, either in the morning or afternoon
Be clear in who the intended audience is, i.e. 'First time users of QGIS' or 'OSM editors with experience'
Participants will be expected to bring their own laptops for the workshop
The workshop rooms can cater for up to 40 participants
The rooms have audio/visual equipment supplied