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2019 年 KubeCon + CloudNativeCon 中国论坛提案征集指南

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KubeCon+CloudNativeCon China 2019 CFP Guide

The Call for Proposals (CFP) is now closed.

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常规信息

2019 年 KubeCon + CloudNativeCon 中国论坛提案征集指南

KubeCon + CloudNativeCon 论坛让用户、开发人员、从业人员汇聚一堂,面对面进行交流合作。与会人员有 Kubernetes、Prometheus 及其他云原生计算基金会 (CNCF) 主办项目的领导,和我们一同探讨云原生生态系统发展方向。

大会日期:

  • 提案征集开放日期:2019 年 1 月 9 日
  • 提案征集截止日期:太平洋标准时间 2 月 22 日,星期五,晚上 11:59
  • 提案征集通知日期:2019 年 4 月 8 日
  • 会议日程通告日期:2019 年 4 月 10 日
  • 会议活动举办日期:2019 年 6 月 24 至 26 日

提醒:这是一场社区会议——因此,让我们尽量避开公然推销产品和/或供应商销售宣传。

首次递交提案?不必担忧

CNCF 会议活动是您了解此社区并分享想法和所从事的工作的极佳途径。不论您是否是首席架构师或长期业内专家,您都可递交提案,事实上,我们强烈鼓励首次参与的演讲者针对所有会议活动提交演讲材料。

我们的活动是针对于 CNCF 社区的专业网络与合作工作会议,我们和与会者、赞助商、演讲者密切合作,以帮助确保 CNCF 会议活动的专业性、开放性、友好性。如果您对如何提交提案或整个活动有任何疑问,请联系 cfp@cncf.io.

联合主席

Bryan Liles

Bryan Liles 是 Heptio 工程师。他领导开发经验小组,该小组创建解决方案,帮助开发人员提高 Kubernetes 工作效率。闲暇时,Bryan 制造和驾驶汽车和无人机。

 

Vicki Cheung

Vicki 现为 Lyft 的工程经理,她帮助推动公司范围内的 Kubernetes 迁移。此前,她是 OpenAI 架构负责人和创始工程师,她和她的团队构建了基于 Kubernetes 的深度学习架构。

要求 + 考量事项

要求 + 考量事项

2019 年新增:

请阅读此篇博文,了解更多有关我们如何选择演讲、我们对审核流程做的新的更改,以及如何能够增加申请通过的机会。

 

要求:

  1. 您演讲的任何内容均必须是开源的。
  2. 您作为主讲人只能提交两个演讲,最多可被列为四项提案的共同发言人。
  3. 我们不会选择已经在其他场合或以前在 Kubicon + CloudNativeCon 上发表过的演讲。如果您的申请与以前的演讲非常相似,请提供您此次演讲有哪些不同的信息。
  4. 如果您计划提交一份提案,在 2019 年中国、欧洲和北美 KubeCon + CloudNativeCon 发表演讲,请知悉:如果您向这三个国家的活动提交相同的演讲且该演讲被一个国家接受,那么,在任何其他活动中(为了保持内容多样性)该演讲将被自动拒绝。
  5. 针对中国论坛的演讲:您必须以英文提交您的演讲申请。一旦您的演讲通过,您可以用中文或英文进行演讲。我们的每场会议均提供同声传译。

撰写提案时可参阅以下内容:

  1. 您希望观众从演讲中收获什么?
  2. 您为何要发表此演讲?您有独特故事。讲述故事。
  3. 需做好准备说明此故事与云原生计算基金会 (CNCF)、总体开源生态系统的关联。

我们当然不希望每个演讲都充斥着代码片段、深奥的技术见解,但您在准备提案时需要避免两件事,因为这些提案几乎总是被拒绝的原因是其破坏了会议活动的完整性,并且难以受到与会者的欢迎。

  1. 销售或市场营销宣传
  2. 未经授权或潜在的闭源技术

基于项目、技术的演讲有许多方式,不必集中关注特定公司动向。在您撰写提案时,请记得上述内容, 考虑如何让观众对演讲感兴趣,同时也可分享经验,就某一问题对与会人员有所启示,激发与会者对项目的兴趣。

 

如何递交您的提案

如何递交您的提案

我们已经尽可能简化提交过程。您需要做如下准备:

  1. 选择一项提交格式
  • 演讲呈现:35 分钟的演讲,仅限 2 名演讲者
  • 快闪演讲:5 分钟简报,演讲者至多 1 人
  • 座谈小组:35 分钟 2 至 5 人小组讨论
  • 教程:90 分钟的深入实践性演示,演讲者 1 至 4 人

注意:所有演讲者为 3 人或以上的会议都要求至少有一位女性演讲者,且不得全部来自同一家公司。

  1. 您的演讲关注如下哪种 CNCF 托管软件(选择所有适用项):
  • Envoy (已毕业)
  • Kubernetes (已毕业)
  • Prometheus (已毕业)
  • containerd (孵化中)
  • CNI (孵化中)
  • CoreDNS (孵化中)
  • etcd (孵化中)
  • Fluentd (孵化中)
  • gRPC (孵化中)
  • Harbor (孵化中)
  • Helm (孵化中)
  • Jaeger (孵化中)
  • Linkerd (孵化中)
  • NATS (孵化中)
  • Notary (孵化中)
  • OpenTracing (孵化中)
  • rkt (孵化中)
  • Rook (孵化中)
  • TUF (孵化中)
  • Vitess (孵化中)
  • CloudEvents (沙箱)
  • Cortex (沙箱)
  • Dragonfly (沙箱)
  • OpenMetrics (沙箱)
  • Open Policy Agent (沙箱)
  • SPIFFE (沙箱)
  • SPIRE (沙箱)
  • Telepresence (沙箱)
  • TiKV (沙箱)
  • Virtual Kubelet (沙箱)

注意:会议最终主题分类将基于已采纳的提案。

  1. 选择主题,以缩小关注范围:
  • 应用和开发(包括 Helm 和远程监控)
  • 案例研究
  • CI/CD
  • 社区
  • 定制与拓展 Kubernetes
  • 机器学习与数据
  • 网络(包括NATS、CoreDNS 、CNI 与 gRPC)
  • 可观测性(包括 Jaeger、OpenTracing 、Fluentd 与 Prometheus)
  • 操作
  • 性能
  • 运行时(包括 containerd 与 rkt)
  • 安全、身份与政策(包括 OPA、SPIFFE / SPIRE、Notary、TUF)
  • 无服务器(包括 CloudEvents)
  • 服务网格(包括 Envoy 与 Linkerd)
  • 存储(包括 etcd,Vitess & Rook)
  • 其他 (任何未涵盖的其他一切主题)
  1. 提供详细而集中的描述,最多 900 英文字符。如果您的演讲通过,将用于在线日程。
  2. 在“对生态的益处”部分,提供更深入的信息。这是您详细阐述内容并与委员会分享更多细节的机会,最多 1500 英文字符。
  3. 所有演讲者需提供个人介绍,包括先前的演讲经验。
  4. 提供可支持您的提案的资源。可以是您个人在其他地方所做演讲的视频或音频、个人网站链接(包括 LinkedIn)、开源项目链接,或已出版书籍。
  5. 如果您选择教学格式,请明确提及在观众参加会议后的收获此外,请说明与会者在出席会议之前需要了解哪些先决条件(如果有),以及出席会议时是否应该携带或提前下载任何材料(例如,必须安装 Python 2.7.15).

样本提交 + 评分指南

递交提案样本

您的个人摘要是提案的核心部分

您可把握此次机会向项目委员会 *销售* 您的演讲,为此请尽量强调您在演讲中会提及的问题/贡献/工作。技术细节不容忽视,但是您所提出的相关性将在遴选过程中为计划委员会提供帮助。

这一摘要将发布在网站活动安排中,请确保摘要内容为完整句子(而不仅是要点提要)、无拼写错误、用第三人称叙述(用您的姓名,而不是“我”)。

举例:

内核天气报告(Jon Corbet,LWN.net)—— Linux 内核是任何 Linux 系统的核心;最终,内核的性能和功能会对系统的整体运行构成一个上限。演讲中,Jon Corbet 将回顾内核开发社区的近期活动,讨论内核现状、面临的挑战、展望未来以及如何应对挑战。

评分指南

为帮助您进一步了解项目委员会和联合主席在审查您的提案时考虑的内容,请查看评分指南和最佳实践页面。

 

演讲通行证

演讲通行证

所有准入演讲者将会免费获得一张会议通行证。关于小组讨论,所有小组成员将会免费获得一张会议通行证。最多 4 名讨论组成员与 1 名主持人。

行为准则

行为准则

Linux 基金会及其项目社区致力于为参与我们所有会议活动的人员提供优质、纯粹的活动体验。我们鼓励所有申请人查看完整的 行为准则,并在提案使用的文字和图片中遵守该准则。


GENERAL INFO

KubeCon + CloudNativeCon China 2019 CFP Guide

KubeCon + CloudNativeCon brings together adopters, developers, and practitioners to collaborate face-to-face. Engage with the leaders of Kubernetes, Prometheus, and other CNCF-hosted projects as we set the direction for the cloud-native ecosystem.

Dates to Remember

  • CFP Open: January 9, 2019
  • CFP Close: 11:59PM PT, February 22, 2019
  • CFP Notifications: April 8, 2019
  • Schedule Announced: April 10, 2019
  • Event Dates: June 24–26, 2019

Reminder: This is a community conference — so let’s try to avoid product and/or vendor sales pitches.

First Time Submitting? Don’t Feel Intimidated

CNCF events are an excellent way to get to know the community and share your ideas and the work that you are doing. You do not need to be a chief architect or long-time industry pundit to submit a proposal, in fact, we strongly encourage first-time speakers to submit talks for all of our events.

Our events are working conferences intended for professional networking and collaboration in the CNCF community and we work closely with our attendees, sponsors and speakers to help keep CNCF events professional, welcoming, and friendly. If you have any questions on how to submit a proposal or the event in general, please contact cfp@cncf.io.

Co-Chairs

Bryan Liles

Bryan Liles is an Engineer at Heptio. He leads the Developer Experience group, which creates solutions to help developers be more productive in Kubernetes. When not working, Bryan builds and races cars and drones.

 

 

Vicki Cheung

Vicki is an engineering manager at Lyft, where she helps drive the company-wide Kubernetes migration. Previously, she was the Head of Infrastructure and founding engineer at OpenAI, where she and her team built out their Kubernetes-based deep learning infrastructure.

Requirements + Considerations

Requirements + Considerations

New for 2019:

Please read this blog post to learn more about how we select talks, what new changes we’ve made to the review process, and what you can do to increase the chances of your submission being accepted.

Requirements:

  1. Anything that you are presenting on must be open sourced.
  2. You are limited to submit only two talks as a primary speaker OR can be listed as a co-speaker on up to four proposals.
  3. We will not select a submission that has already been presented elsewhere or at a previous KubeCon + CloudNativeCon. If your submission is very similar to a previous talk, please include information on how this version will be different.
  4. If you plan to submit a proposal to speak at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon in Europe, China, and North America 2019, please know that if you submit the same talk to all three events, and the talk is accepted to one, it will automatically not be accepted to speak at any of the other events to maintain content diversity.
  5. For China: You must submit your talk in English. However, if your talk is accepted, you may present in either English or Chinese. We will have simultaneous translation in every session.

Consider the Following as You Write Your Proposal:

  1. What do you expect the audience to gain from your presentation?
  2. Why should YOU be the one to give this talk? You have a unique story. Tell it.
  3. Be prepared to explain how this fits into the CNCF and overall Open Source Ecosystem.

We definitely do not expect every presentation to have code snippets and technical deep-dives but here are two things that you should avoid when preparing your proposal because they are almost always rejected due to the fact that they take away from the integrity of our events, and are rarely well-received by conference attendees:

  1. Sales or Marketing Pitches
  2. Unlicensed or Potentially Closed-Source Technologies

There are plenty of ways to give a presentation about projects and technologies without focusing on company-specific efforts. Remember the things to consider that we mentioned above when writing your proposal and think of ways to make it interesting for attendees while still letting you share your experiences, educate the community about an issue, or generate interest in a project.

 

HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR PROPOSAL

HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR PROPOSAL

We have done our best to make the submission process as simple as possible. Here is what you will need to prepare:

  1. Choose a submission format:
  • Presentation: 35-minute presentations will be limited to 2 presenters
  • Lightning Talk: A brief, 5-minute presentation, maximum of 1 speaker
  • Panel: 35 minutes of discussion amongst 2 to 5 speakers
  • Tutorial: 90-minute, in-depth, hands-on presentation with 1–4 speakers

Note: All submissions with 3–5 speakers are required to have at least one speaker that is a woman and the speakers must not all be from the same company.

  1. Choose which CNCF hosted software your presentation will be focused on (Choose all that apply):
  • Envoy (Graduated)
  • Kubernetes (Graduated)
  • Prometheus (Graduated)
  • containerd (Incubating)
  • CNI (Incubating)
  • CoreDNS (Incubating)
  • etcd (Incubating)
  • Fluentd (Incubating)
  • gRPC (Incubating)
  • Harbor (Incubating)
  • Helm (Incubating)
  • Jaeger (Incubating)
  • Linkerd (Incubating)
  • NATS (Incubating)
  • Notary (Incubating)
  • OpenTracing (Incubating)
  • rkt (Incubating)
  • Rook (Incubating)
  • TUF (Incubating)
  • Vitess (Incubating)
  • CloudEvents (Sandbox)
  • Cortex (Sandbox)
  • Dragonfly (Sandbox)
  • OpenMetrics (Sandbox)
  • Open Policy Agent (Sandbox)
  • SPIFFE (Sandbox)
  • SPIRE (Sandbox)
  • Telepresence (Sandbox)
  • TiKV (Sandbox)
  • Virtual Kubelet (Sandbox)

Note: Final tracks for the conference will be based on accepted submissions.

  1. Choose a topic to narrow down the focus:
  • Application & Development (includes Helm & Telepresence)
  • Case studies
  • CI/CD
  • Community
  • Customizing & Extending Kubernetes
  • Machine Learning & Data
  • Networking (includes NATS, CoreDNS, CNI & gRPC)
  • Observability (includes Jaeger, OpenTracing, Fluentd & Prometheus)
  • Operations
  • Performance
  • Runtimes (includes containerd & rkt)
  • Security, Identity & Policy (includes OPA, SPIFFE/SPIRE, Notary, and TUF)
  • Serverless (includes CloudEvents)
  • Service Mesh (includes Envoy & Linkerd)
  • Storage (includes Vitess & Rook)
  • Wildcard (Everything else that’s not covered by any of the other topics)
  1. Provide a detailed and focused description with a max of 900 characters. This is what will be used on the online schedule if your talk is accepted.
  2. Provide more in-depth information in the “Benefits to the Ecosystem” section. This is your opportunity to elaborate on your content and share any more details with the committee with a max of 1,500 characters.
  3. Provide a biography for all speakers, including previous speaking experience.
  4. Provide resources to enhance your proposal. These can be videos of you or your speakers presenting elsewhere, links to personal websites (including LinkedIn), links to your open source projects, or published books.
  5. If you choose to submit a tutorial please explicitly mention what the audience will learn from or walk away with after attending your session. Additionally, please indicate what prerequisites (if any) are needed for the attendee to know prior to attending, and if any materials should be brought with them or downloaded ahead of time (i.e. must install Python 2.7.15) prior to attending.

SAMPLE SUBMISSION + SCORING GUIDELINES

SAMPLE SUBMISSION

Your abstract will be the cornerstone of your proposal.

This is your chance to *sell* your talk to the program committee, so do your best to highlight the problem/contribution/work that you are addressing in your presentation. The technical details are still important, but the relevance of what you are presenting will help the program committee during the selection process.

This is the abstract that will be posted on the website schedule, so please ensure that it is in complete sentences (and not just bullet points), free of typos and that it is written in the third person (use your name instead of “I”).

Example:

Kernel Weather Report (Jon Corbet, LWN.net) – The Linux kernel is at the core of any Linux system; the performance and capabilities of the kernel will, in the end, place an upper bound on what the system can do as a whole. In this presentation, Jon Corbet will review recent events in the kernel development community, discuss the current state of the kernel, the challenges it faces, and look forward to how the kernel may address those challenges.

Scoring Guidelines

To help you further understand what is considered while the program committee and co-chairs are reviewing your proposal, please review the Scoring Guidelines and Best Practices page.

SPEAKERS PASSES

SPEAKERS PASSES

All accepted speakers will receive a complimentary conference pass. For panel discussions, all panelists will receive a complimentary conference pass; maximum 4 panelists & 1 moderator.

CODE OF CONDUCT

CODE OF CONDUCT

The Linux Foundation and its project communities are dedicated to providing a  harassment-free experience for participants at all of our events. We encourage all submitters to review our complete Code of Conduct.


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