We know there are some really great women in these spaces (so many!). We're holding slots to try to ensure we have a diverse and welcoming conference for as many groups as possible. We're reaching out to you to ask for your help, if you're interested.
We'd like to ask any interested people to submit talks to us covering any of our range of tools. If it uses our tools, huge plus, if it doesn't but is interesting to the category, then we'd still like it.
All information including code of conduct is available on the website at hashiconf.com
We already closed the official CFP, but as I said we have some additional reserved slots we'd like to fill. Please email any proposals to me directly. I will handle them directly to make sure they're handled in a timely manner. For proposals, please just include your talk abstract. All other information is irrelevant for the purpose of looking at talks until we accept it. At that point, we'd need name and other information for logistics.
We'll be covering speaker travel and lodging and I'm more than happy to answer any questions if you email me directly.
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Anyone who currently contributes to Puppet open source projects, modules, or related projects is welcome. Puppet users who are interested in making their first contributions are also invited to participate!
Config Management Camp and the Puppet Contributor Summit are right after FOSDEM in Gent, a short train ride away from Brussels, so it's a great way to combine trips!
- Fast WonderOnline Community Consultant, 2008 - 2012
- Puppet LabsCommunity Manager, 2012 - 2015
- IntelOpen Source Community Lead, 2012
- Jive Software
Community Manager, Blogger, Vegan, Author and Technology Enthusiast
Dawn has 20 years of experience in business and technology with expertise in strategic planning, management, community building, community management, open source software, market research, social media, and RSS. She is passionate about bringing people together through a combination of online communities and real-world events. She has experience building new communities, and managing existing communities with a particular emphasis on developer and open source communities. Most recently, Dawn was the Director of Community at Puppet Labs, and prior to Puppet Labs, she was leading the Community Office within Intel’s Open Source Technology Center. In addition to working at Intel, Dawn was an online community consultant, and she has worked at Jive Software, Compiere, and a Midwestern manufacturing company in positions ranging from Unix system administrator to market researcher to community manager to open source strategist.
While at Jive Software, she was responsible for building a developer community for Jive’s new Clearspace product line and managing the existing Ignite Realtime open source community. She was a co-founder and board member of Legion of Tech, a non-profit chartered with organizing free events for the Portland, Oregon technology community. As part of her work with Legion of Tech, Dawn was an organizer forPortland BarCamp, Ignite Portland and other events. She was also a co-founder and community evangelist for the location-based start-up, Shizzow. Dawn holds an MBA from Ashland University and a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Kent State University. Dawn regularly blogs about online communities as the author of the Fast Wonder Blog, and she blogs for GigaOM’s WebWorkerDaily. She is the author of the books, What Dawn Eats: Vegan Food That Isn’t Weird and Companies and Communities: Participating without being sleazy.
- University of Greenwichpresent
- Hillsdale High School
- Kent State University
- Ashland University