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Re: KiCon 2019, a KiCad user conference
Wayne Stambaugh <stambaughw@xxxxxxxxx>
Mon, 26 Nov 2018 13:36:12 -0500
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I hope everyone can attend. It would be nice to meet more of the state
side developers and users. I've only met a few of you at FOSDEM so here
is your chance to meet up with the US devs and users. If you can,
please consider giving a talk. Developers have insight most users do
not so maybe you can pass on some deep KiCad knowledge to users. I'm
already signed up for the keynote.
On 11/26/2018 10:56 AM, Chris Gammell wrote:
> Hello KiCad Developers!
> As Seth alluded to earlier in the year on this list, we are indeed
> having a KiCad user conference in 2019. In contrast to FOSDEM, which is
> the primary place that KiCad developers gather, this will be focused on
> the people who use KiCad for hobby projects, education and professional
> use. I have been really excited to see growth in all of those areas over
> the years.
> *First and foremost, we're looking for talk proposals. Please apply to
> give a talk about KiCad here
> Many of you are also KiCad users on a regular basis, so I assume you
> could give interesting crossover talks about using the tool in your
> every day PCB design work...and then integrating a new feature as you
> see fit (awesome!).
> As for the other details, we're getting a lot of stuff figured out
> still, but the main thing is that it will be held in Chicago IL in April
> of 2019, looking at the last Friday and Saturday (26,27). I recommend
> you hold off on buying plane tickets as of yet, and instead wait for
> there to be ticket sales and talk acceptance.
> The main site for KiCon 2019 <https://kicad-kicon.com/> has other
> information about the current state of planning, so please read there
> before asking on this list.
> As we've had discussions about KiCon over the past few weeks, I got
> really excited to share best practices with other users and to learn
> more about how to use KiCad even better (I use it every day for my
> consulting work now). I think this will be a great opportunity to build
> and even stronger open source community for building electronics.
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