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SeaGL 2022: DAY 1!

Welcome to the first day of SeaGL 2022! Be sure to check out our amazing lineup of events. Below, you will find the schedule for today (Friday, November 4, 2022). As a reminder, SeaGL 2022 is completely virtual for the third year in a row. The conference is also completely “free as in tea” with no registration required. Everyone is welcome to attend!

You can attend if you go to seagl.org/attend. Live streams are also available at seagl.org/watch.

As a reminder, our Code of Conduct applies during ALL SeaGL interactions. In chat, during one’s talk if you are giving one, social events during SeaGL, and on other platforms during or as a result of the conference.

Normal talk blocks are 30m. There are 20m for the talk, and 10m for optional Q&A as led by the Room Moderator. The Moderator will read questions from the text chat audience for the speaker to answer. There is no Q&A during Keynotes.

All times are listed in Pacific Daylight Time, which is UTC-07:00. (Note: The US time change happens the evening AFTER the conclusion of the conference early on Sunday morning)

9:10am-9:35am

  • 9:10am Opening Announcements
  • 9:15am Keynote by Aeva Black

9:40am-10:10am

  • Alexander Krizhanovsky - Building a CDN edge using open source
  • Neslihan Turan - Struggles and possible solutions of a local free software movement

10:25am-10:55am

  • justinribeiro - Free-Riders and the Motivations that Keep OSS Developers Writing Code
  • der.hans - Intermediate jq: sed for json

11:10am-11:40am

  • Alanna Burke - The struggle of getting an open-source community off the ground (Re-Scheduled to Saturday, November 5 at 10:00am)
  • jberkus - The Cloud Native Burrito

11:55am-12:25pm

  • TheyofHIShirts - The Fediverse @ Your Library
  • vavroom - The internet is unusable: The disabled view.

1:30pm-2:00pm

  • Deb Nicholson - Cross-Pollinate Your Volunteering
  • Bradley Molinaro - Accessible Data Visualization

2:15pm-2:45pm

  • Dawn E. Collett - Finding the right tools for your new job
  • Richard Littauer - Gulls do gull: Using Node, D3, React and occasionally grep to get insight into bird subspecies distribution

3:00pm-3:30pm

  • Afternoon TeaGL!

3:45pm-4:15pm

  • jberkus - Choose Your Candidate
  • der.hans - Firefox: Multi-Account Containers

4:30pm-4:50pm

  • Keynote by Ernie Smitch

5:30pm-6:00pm

  • Afternoon Trivia