Call for Volunteers
October 08, 2016
SeaGL 2016 is just over a month away and we are looking for helpful people to volunteer!
This year’s list of volunteer roles:
- coffee/lunch team
- expo hall monitors
- party monitors
- room monitors
If you are interested, we are using a new tool which has more details on each role and available shifts.
Here’s how it works:
- Click this link to go to our invitation page on SignUp.com: http://signup.com/go/7S3K6M
- Enter your email address: (You will NOT need to register an account on SignUp.com, though be wary of small checkboxes.)
- Sign up! Choose your spots - SignUp.com will send you an automated confirmation and reminders.
We will be hosting two orientations. Both will be remotely accessible; one is also in-person. The first will be held Thursday, November 3 at 12pm via conference call. The second will be held Wednesday, November 9 at 7pm at SCC and via conference call.
Feel free to contact us if you have any questions, either by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or visiting us on IRC on Freenode in #seagl.
September 19, 2016
SeaGL 2016 will run on the 11th and 12th of November at Seattle Central College. It’s a great location very close to transportation links.
Street parking is available on many streets near the college at 2.50 an hour with a two hour max limit. There is a parking garage on Harvard and Pine, accessed via Harvard avenue. You can check up to date availability and further information via their Parkme.com website.
From Seattle Westlake Center - In addition to driving, travel by walking, bus and tram are available.
From Everett, Washington - In addition to driving, travel by plane, train and bus are available.
From Portland, Oregon - In addition to driving, travel by plane, train and bus are available.
From Vancouver, BC - In addition to driving, travel by plane, train and bus are available.
November is one of the wettest months of the year for Seattle, with a temperature generally between 41F/5C and 52F/11C. While wet, it doesn’t generally snow. A little light wind or a rain storm is pretty common for this time of year. Warm, weather proof clothing are reasonable items to pack, as is an umbrella.
SeaGL is a grassroots technical conference dedicated to spreading awareness and knowledge about the GNU/Linux community and free/libre/open-source software/hardware. Our goal for SeaGL is to produce an event which is as enjoyable and informative for those who spend their days maintaining hundreds of servers as it is for a student who has only just started exploring technology options. SeaGL's first year was 2013. The SeaGL web site is built with Jekyll and we use OSEM for event management.
The cost of attendance is free.
Attendee Registration will not require the use of non-free software.
You may attend SeaGL without identifying yourself, and you are encouraged to do so to protect your privacy.
We will have a small hall available for exhibitors. Free tables will be available for free/libre/open-source software/hardware and non-profit organizations, and there are several sponsorship levels for everyone else. If your organization would like an exhibit table at SeaGL, please send an email to email@example.com for our vendor prospectus.
Exhibitor space is limited, please contact us right away if you are interested in a table.
We can't do what we need to do without the support of the community. If you would like to offer financial support but don't need an exhibit table, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our fiscal sponsor, Linux Expo of Southern California, Inc., has partnered with Coinbase so you can donate Bitcoin to support SeaGL. Thank you for your support!
SeaGL is dedicated to a harassment-free conference experience for
Our code of conduct can be found here