Talks submission deadline for LGM2015 extended

Talks submission deadline for LGM2015 extended

Have you developed an interesting free software project for graphic designers, photographers or 3D artists? Are you a creative professional who's willing to do a workshop on using GIMP, Krita, Inkscape, Blender, and other free tools? LGM 2015 is still accepting proposals for it's anniversary 10th event on April 29 – May 2, 2015, in Toronto.

The submission deadline has just been extended to February 13, so if you missed the first one, there's still time to sit down, check your schedule, and write a nice proposal.

This year the event is organized by ginger coons, chief editor of Libre Graphics Magazine (Issue 2.3 was released during FOSDEM last weekend, by the way), and Amy Ratelle from the University of Toronto (the venue).

By the way, if you are in the video editing line of work or even open hardware (as long as it has creative applications) rather than graphic design etc., the program committee will review your proposal anyway.

For details about submitting a proposal check the Call for Participation page.

And if you are willing to support free software developers and educators traveling to the event to meet users and fellow developers and make better software, there's an ongoing Pledgie campaign.

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