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FOSS4G is the international conference on open source geospatial software, so every submission should revolve around open source software in some way: the open source geospatial software you work on and how it works, how you use open source geospatial software to solve your problems, how open source geospatial software makes your organization better, what you learned from working with open source geospatial software, an important problem you solved with open source geospatial software, your work or your organizations work and how open source geospatial software have affected them, and so on.

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TALKS

25 Minute Sessions

Talks are verbal presentations with an audio-visual component in the form of a slide deck or live demonstration, paired with audience engagement through Q&A.

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ACADEMIC PAPERS

25 Minute Sessions | Posters

Academic talks and posters are presented in conjunction with a submitted paper, that will be reviewed by the Academic Committee, separate from the ordinary Program Committee.

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WORKSHOPS

3 Hour Sessions

Workshops are hands-on teaching sessions, organized around teaching a specific FOSS4G software package, through some kind of practical problem solving.

KEY DATES

December 1, 2019

Call for Papers Opens

February 4, 2020

Early Acceptance of Talks

March 6, 2020

Close of Academic CFP

April 9, 2020

Acceptance of Academic Papers Announced

May 1, 2020

Close of CFP for Talks and Workshops

May 5, 2020

Community Review of Talks Begins

May 19, 2020

Community Review of Talks Close

May 25, 2020

Acceptance of Talks and Workshops Announced

May 29, 2020

Full Academic Papers Due

June 12, 2020

Full Program Published

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