pat eyler wrote:
> The MountainWest RubyConf 2007, scheduled for the middle of March
> (we'll be publish the final dates in the next week or two), is opening
> a call for presenters.  We will have about nine 45 minute slots for
> talks (with 15 minutes of Q&A/bathroom breaks between them).  Ideally,
> we'd like to see a good mixture of Ruby and Ruby on Rails talks, with
> an emphasis on doing useful stuff and best practices.
>
> Proposals should be submitted to pat.eyler / gmail.com in November and
> December of 2006 -- midnight MST (hey, no complaints, that's where we
> live) on Dec 31st is the cutoff.  No late proposals can be accepted,
> no exceptions.  A proposal should identify the target audience, give a
> short blurb about the presenter, and have a short abstract of the talk
> itself.  Proposals should provide enough information for a small panel
> of judges to use as a basis for selection.
>
> The selection process will take place in early January, and all
> submitters will be notified by email by the end of January.  We hope
> to publish our conference schedule in February.
>
> Feel free to suggest ideas here on the mailing list, but *please* send
> submissions to me (pat.eyler / gmail.com) instead of the mailing list.

Where will it be held?

Thanks,

Dan