The Call for Talk and Presentation Proposals for EuroBSDCon 2022 is now OPEN

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EuroBSDCon is the European technical conference for users and developers of BSD-based systems. The conference is scheduled to take place September 15-18, 2022 in Vienna, Austria. The tutorials will be held on Thursday and Friday to registered participants and the talks are presented to conference attendees on Saturday and Sunday. The Call for Talk and Presentation proposals period will close on May 26th, 2022. Prospective speakers will be notified of acceptance or otherwise by June 1st, 2022.

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