November 8th & 9th, 2024
Love SeaGL and want to help out? Get Involved

Volunteer for SeaGL

2024 marks our 12th year as an all-volunteer staffed FLOSS conference. With three virtual events and a hybrid one under our belt, the plan is to continue improving on an in-person experience in Seattle and online.

Would you like to lend a beak or wing to the effort? Please email us at participate@seagl.org or hop into our Matrix channel and say hi! You can also fill out our Volunteer Interest Form to let us know how you’d like to help out.

Staff Committees

The volunteer work needed to put SeaGL together is roughly organized into the following committees. Specific skill gaps will be added as they are identified.

  • Attendee Experience: Focusing on attendee matters and prioritizing the SeaGL community.
  • CoC (Code of Conduct): Making sure the policies and protocols in place keep SeaGL a safe space.
  • Finance: Keeping an eye on the SeaGL books and issuing reimbursements.
  • IDEA: Promoting inclusion, diversity, equity, and access at SeaGL and beyond.
  • Partnerships: Connecting SeaGL with other groups, organizations, and sponsors.
  • Programming & Flow: Packing the SeaGL program with amazing content.
  • Promotion & Outreach: Spreading the word about SeaGL world wide.
  • SRE/Technical: Central nest for SeaGL technical operations.
  • Volunteers: Keeping the SeaGL staff happy and recruiting new volunteers to the flock.

Sponsors and Non-Profit Exhibitors

We are currently updating the sponsor prospectus for SeaGL 2024.

In-kind contributions are accepted from media and local partners. Free space is made available for non-profit and educational organizations. Please see our sponsors page for a list of current supporters and email us at sponsor@seagl.org to discuss further partnership opportunities!

Stay in touch


Chat

Please join us in Matrix.

Organizer List

Please join our seagl_organize group.

Announcements

Please join our announcement mailing list.

GitHub

Website changes can be proposed via pull request on GitHub.