LibrePlanet 2021 Call for Sessions is now closed
Every year, LibrePlanet brings together developers, policy experts, activists, hackers and end users. It's a place to learn new skills, share accomplishments, and face challenges to computer user freedom together as a community. LibrePlanet will be held on March 20th and 21st. If you're new to the community, check out session descriptions and recordings from the previous LibrePlanet conference.
LibrePlanet is defined by its combination of technical talks with non-technical sessions on free software activism, culture, and current events. We are especially interested to see proposals from people who use free software or apply its values for social benefit, in fields including academic research, community organizing, education, medicine, the arts, and many more. We're committed to increasing the participation of speakers belonging to groups traditionally underrepresented at technology conferences, including women and people of color. If you're comfortable sharing demographic information, there is an area for it on this form, but your proposal will not be judged negatively if you leave those fields blank.
It's important to us to provide sessions that are friendly to newcomers, as well as those that help experienced hackers improve their technical skills. Whatever your experience level or the experience level of your audience, we want to include your session!
Remote session considerations
LibrePlanet 2021: Empowering Users will be an online event, much like the one we held in 2020.