This year has been very difficult to get content. I am unaware of why.
That said, let me be frank. We need to increase our content or we will
have to cancel the conference.
If there are people (and I know there are) that can give presentations,
I would ask that you submit a talk. Talks, not sponsors, not attendees
are the core of the conference and without them, there is no point. I am
sure you will all agree.
I am personally aware of about 12 talks that are shoe-ins but have not
yet been submitted, but that is still not enough to get things moving.
I ask that you consider if there is any topic that you can speak on,
considering there are many consultants on this list, I know you have at
least one :).
Joshua D. Drake
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Conference - http://www.postgresqlconference.org/
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