Hi there! This is @OE_uia, the ScalaMatsuri chair.
TL;DR. Here are the summary of this post.
- Tickets are available now on ScalaMatsuri 2020 event page.
- The voting will be conducted by ticket holders, sponsors, and staff. It will close at Saturday February 22th, 23:59 AoE (Anywhere on Earth).
- The voting will be ranked voting style this year. The voting UI will be available directly from the ScalaMatsuri website after logging in.
Tickets & registration
ScalaMatsuri 2020 will be a two-day conference, held on Friday May 15th, Saturday May 16th.
- On Friday May 15th, it holds mainly Conference, which timetable will reflect on your voting!
- On Saturday May 16th, it holds Unconference and OSS Hackathon.
Today, we've launched the ScalaMatsuri 2020 event page and started the registration of tickets for two days and only second-day.
Please note that those who've submitted the talks do not have to register for the tickets yet -- if your proposal is accepted, you can participate without tickets.
As always, we thank Doorkeeper for sponsoring event registration system!
How to vote.
Participants who bought a ticket, sponsor companies and ScalaMatsuri staffs are eligible for voting. This article covers how participants can vote. Reception numberss for voting will be provided with Sponsors and ScalaMatsuri staff separately.
1.) Confirm your reception number.
Confirm your e-mail address that you used to buy the ticket, and the reception number in the e-mail you have received from DoorKeeper.
The email you have received from Doorkeeper contains the QR code with your reception number (your 6 digits number below the QR code). You will be asked to enter the reception number when you sign in. We will verify this code later to match up with your Google, Twitter, or Github account that you use to sign in.
If you haven't made the purchase yet, there are some tickets available from the following page: https://scalaconfjp.doorkeeper.jp/events/103550
2.) Sign-in on proposal list page.
From the top right of the proposal list page, press the “Sign-in” button and sign in using your Google, Twitter, or GitHub account. (This will pop up an Authorize application dialog). Google Chrome is recommended.
3.) Ranked voting.
You can vote by clicking on the Vote button. The number of votes per person is limited to 5.
As we do previous year, we have ranked voting so that you can choose and place in an order up to five proposals. Your order will also be considered to select proposals. Since ranked voting is tolerant for vote splitting so that we could reduce the number of votes per person and make that easier.
You can drag & drop and put in an order proposals as shown below.
The voting will close on February 22th 23:59 AoE(Anywhere on Earth). As long as the voting opens, you can change which proposals you vote, or which order you place in. Any votes afterwards will be invalid, so please be sure to vote early.
Timetable will be public in early March, while we send the results to each candidates who submitted their proposals at the end of February or the beginning of March.
Timetable will be determined by not only voting results but a board of program committee.
Q.)How will the voting result be announced?
Q.)Is there any extra chance to talk what if my proposal is not accepted?
A.)You can propose your talk for our Unconference, which will be held on the second day of the conference (May 16th). The talks are proposed and assigned on the day of the Unconference in the morning. We tend to have more sessions during the Unconference, so please bring your talks. We will also have Lightning talk sessions, which details will be announced separately.
Please remember to vote!