Newsletter - Sept 7, 2022

Hey Folks,

Welcome to the first edition of Summit News, your source of information for the upcoming Ubuntu Summit in Prague, November 7–9th. Over the next few weeks, we will be sending you some regular updates on what you need to know before you (decide to) go. If you can’t make it to the event, we’ll give you some inside information to fight that fomo, and you’ll be the first to know when we continue our new tradition in 2023.

Without further ado, here is the latest information:

  • Does the world know you are doing something amazing with Ubuntu? The Call for Proposals is now open! Given this event is all about the community, we’d love to have you lead a talk or workshop. Interested? Some time between now and September 30th, please fill out our proposal form and tell us a bit more. Once the submission deadline has passed, we will work on scheduling and then reach out to individuals either accepting or rejecting the proposal.

  • We have a new blog post that showcases how the Ubuntu Summit is different from the Ubuntu Developer Summits, so go check it out!

  • Public registration for the event opened on September 5th. If you have already received an invite, please let us know as soon as possible if you will come join the party.

  • We have set up an event management platform to be the website used for info, registration, and the final timetable. It is based on Indico, which has become popular for other open source conferences (like GUADEC and Akademy and we are excited to have our very own instance to use for conference organisation!

If you have any questions, please feel free to email us at and we will get back to you. Otherwise, have a great day everyone!

The Ubuntu Summit Organising Team