Come speak at SCALE The Next Generation and have a really good time!

The Southern California Linux Expo will be running a conference called SCALE The Next Generation, and we  are looking for a few more speakers! Just what is SCALE you ask, well it is a great Linux Conference taking place this February in Los Angeles. At this conference we will be offering a chance to let youth involved in Open Source speak on their skills, experiences  and love of what they use and do. Last year was the first year for SCALE to offer a mini conference for youth, and we were presented with many great talks. Such talks were  “Overview of Google Summer of Code” and “Tux Paint Demo” and these were all great presentations.

So now it is 2013 and a new year. We are a year older, and hopefully a year wiser. This year I would like to ask for you help in speaking at SCALE, as I know many of the people reading this are youth themselves, and if you are a youth and reading this, this this means you. You can submit a talk via the instructions at the bottom on this blog post. Make sure to get your talk in by February second at midnight. If you need any assistance with this feel free to email me at philip@socallinuxexpo.org and I will help with whatever you need.
If you would like to submit a talk proposal you must have an account on the SCALE website. This can be done by visiting the link below:
https://www.socallinuxexpo.org/user/register

Once this is done, follow the instructions on this page to submit the talk:
https://www.socallinuxexpo.org/node/add/presentation
(Remember to select the youth option for where your talk proposal will go)

Thank you and hope to see you there!

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