EclipseCon 2011 submissions (except for Sponsored Talks) are now closed. The submission deadline was November 30, 2010.
We are currently working on creating the detailed program schedule. The list of accepted talks can be viewed here.
Submissions remain open for Sponsored Talks from contracted EclipseCon sponsors whose sponsor packages include technical talks in the conference program. For information on submitted Sponsor Talks, see this page.
November 17, 2010- Early-bird submission deadline; if you want your talk to be one of the "top-five early picks," submit it by Novemer 17 November 30, 2010- Submission deadline; all proposals must be in December 16, 2010- Submission System accept/decline emails sent December 23, 2010- Tutorials, Extended Talks, and Standard Talks announced on website February 11, 2011- Submission data uploaded for printed program; if you want your name spelled correctly, be sure and proof and finalize your submission by February 11! February 11, 2011- Deadline for Sponsored Talk information to be included in the printed program; if you want the title and presenter for your Sponsored Talk included, please be sure to finalize your submission by February 11
The EclipseCon 2011 program is organized into three major themes:
- Making with Eclipse – including technical commercial content, working groups, and vertically aligned projects
- Making at Eclipse – technical content that's highly relevant to Eclipse projects, such as state-of-the-nation talks, new tools and techniques, testing, API baselines, etc
- Making Community – including introspective topics and asking ourselves hard questions; "Future Eclipse" fits in here – how we are stewarding the longevity of Eclipse as a platform, as a community, and as a Foundation
- OSGi DevCon – is an integral part of EclipseCon – an entire conference track and content selected with the support of the OSGi Alliance
EclipseCon 2011 Speaker Discounts
- All ECon 2011 talks (except for BoFs and Sponsored Talks) have speaker discounts associated with the talk
- Extended Tutorials. Each accepted Extended Tutorial (180 minutes) earns two 100%-off speaker discounts
- Tutorials. Each accepted Tutorial (120 minutes) earns two 100%-off speaker discounts
- Extended Talks. Each accepted Extended Talk (40 minutes) earns one 100%-off speaker discount
- Standard Talks. Each accepted Standard Talk (20 minutes) earns one 50%-off speaker discount
- If there are more presenters on a talk than there are speaker discounts, the co-presenters must decide among themselves who will use the discount; the other presenters register as regular attendees
- Speaker discounts may be combined with each other; for example, a speaker presenting two Standard Talks may combine these for a single 100%-off speaker discount
- Speaker discounts may not be combined with other discounts, such as member, committer, OSGi, alumni, or group discounts
- Speaker discounts are not transferable
Speaker RegistrationIf you have submitted a talk, please do not register until you know the status of your submissions. Speaker discounts are implemented via coupon codes; speakers must use the Discount Calculator to get the code. Speaker discounts may not be combined with member, committer, alumni, OSGi, or group discounts.
To register as a Speaker:
- Please sign your Speaker Agreement before registering; your "talk accepted" auto-email from the Submission System contains a link to the online agreement.
- If you have co-presenters, only one of you may use the speaker discount associated with your shared talk. Please decide among yourselves who will use the discount for each accepted talk.
- Before registering, please note the talk numbers for which you are using the discount.
- Go to the Discount Calculator, enter the talk numbers for which you are using the discount, and your email address. Then follow the instructions there.
- If you need assistance, please email us.
If you are a Speaker and register without using the Discount Calculator, please choose the "Speaker" role when registering.