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Date and time
The coreboot conference is Monday, June 5 and Tuesday June 6, 2017.
An optional hacking day will follow on Wednesday June 7, 2017.
- Monday - Presentations: 8:30 - 17:00
- Tuesday - Presentations & Discussions: 8:30 - 17:00
- Wednesday - Hacking: 8:30 - 17:00
This conference is being hosted by the coreboot project and will be held in Denver CO, USA at:
This is in Denver's LoDo neighborhood, which has an incredible amount to do and see, so people are encouraged to come early to experience more of both Denver and Colorado in general.
Signing up / Registration
- $250 for corporate conference attendees.
- $100 for non-corporate contributors.
- $25 for students
After May 5, these fees go up $50 each, so please book early.
Call for presentations
We are looking for interesting talks/presentations about coreboot related topics for the first and seconds day of the conference. Please note that those presentations are not intended to be advertisements or company portfolio presentations. Expected duration is between 15 and 60 minutes.
Submission: Please send the title, a brief summary, the expected duration and name/organization of the speaker to firstname.lastname@example.org until May 5. We will notify you of acceptance by May 13.
Call for discussion topics and development suggestions
We hope to stimulate discussion and foster new ideas as well as explore ways to improve code, testing, documentation, development and deployment. The format for this will be a few minutes (5-10) of presenting your idea/topic followed by discussing it with the audience for approximately 5-20 minutes.
Discussion topic Deadlines
While there is no formal deadline for submission, we'd appreciate a submission to email@example.com before May 27 to be able to list the topic on the agenda to allow others to think about the topic in advance.
Call for developers
If you want to do development all day, every day, sign up to come and do it. We have power, networking, development tools and some spare hardware - please tell us in advance if you need something specific.
Getting to the convention
It's expected that most people will fly into Denver International Airport (DEN).
From there, there are a number of services that will take you to the downtown area:
- The A Line costs $9 to take you from the airport to Union station, where you can walk to your hotel
- Lyft or Uber ride service cost about $45 to downtown
- Taxi $60
If you are traveling from outside of the US and have a passport from a country participating in the Visa Waiver Program (VWP), you may apply for an 'ESTA' Travel Authorization.
- $50+ Hostel Fish
- $185+ Springhill Suites
- $200+ Nativ Hotel
- $325+ Oxford Hotel
- $339+ Crawford Hotel
- airbnb also has a number of listings in the area.
Food and drinks
We will be supplying lunch as well as a variety of snacks and drinks throughout the convention.
We plan to go out for group dinners after each day's events are finished.
Breakfast will not be provided, so eat at your hotel or in one of the many fantastic restaurants in the area.
We will have an assortment of coreboot items available. The list is not yet set, but we will definitely have the following items available.