Tell us how do you love Vim, what do you want to achieve with Vim, what practical Vim plugins you want to introduce, or even crazy ones -- there's no technical limit what to share. Express your Vim knowledge, skill, research, experience, and love. That's what VimConf is for.
We’re looking for speakers for VimConf 2019 on 2019-11-03!
VimConf this year’s main theme is “how to be more productive with Vim?” ― We’re collecting talks which help Vim users to “use Vim more productively,” especially those who would like to boost their productivities with Vim or who wonder how other Vimmers use Vim usages.
This, however, doesn’t mean we’re not collecting talks about Vim internals or creating Vim plugins. We’re looking forward to see one-and-only talks backed by deep experiences.
When reviewing VimConf 2017 and 2018, there were wonderful talks about creating useful Vim plugins and improving Vim itself.
We, the VimConf staff, discussed what VimConf 2019 should be like and we found we’d like to be closer to Vim users using Vim and being interested in diving deeper into Vim.
We had more discussion and finally decided this year’s main theme: “how to be more productive with Vim?”
We’re thrilled about what we’ll see in VimConf 2019.
VimConf is based on the speakers. Without CFP submissions, we cannot hold VimConf.
What you need to have when submitting a CFP is not a technical supremacy, but passion for Vim.
How about giving a talk in VimConf to tell other Vim users about your own Vim?
Here are the details of VimConf 2019 talk submission.
We’re looking forward to seeing your submissions!
Besides them, we’ll have some 5 minutes lightening talks (LTs) for each session. It requires a VimConf ticket to submit a proposal for that, which is different to this CFP for the (main) speakers. We’ll open a dedicated form for LTs soon after we start selling tickets for VimConf 2019.
-- VimConf Preparatory Committee --