Although YAPC::Europe::2011 preparations are well underway in Riga,
it is time for the venue committee of the YAPC::Europe Foundation (YEF)
to think about the location of the 2012 conference. YAPC::Europe wouldn't
exist without dedicated teams of volunteers, and we are always excited
to see the enthusiasm and learn about the new ideas the community has to
Further information about preparing a complete application can be
found on the
YAPC::Europe Foundation website. Proposals submitted
to the venue committee will be added to this public repository (you
may provide private information separately) to benefit future organizers.
The deadlines which apply to this portion of the procedure are:
- Saturday, 30 April: Deadline for sending a letter of intent. This
letter simply expresses interest in hosting the conference and provides
contact information (both email and telephone) for at least two organizers.
This is an optional step but it can be to your advantage to alert the
venue committee of your proposal.
- Thursday, 30 June: Deadline for sending proposals to
host YAPC::Europe 2012.
Please send your questions, letters of intent, and proposals to
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