WordCamp San Francisco is now accepting speaker proposals

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WordCamp San Francisco has opened up the speaker proposal form, so head on over if you’d like to present at the big 2011 event. The application has 16 thorough questions, so be sure to have a solid idea of what you’d like to present before sitting down to fill it out. The application will be posted until June 15, after which the speaker selections will be made with the goal of finalizing the speaking lineup by the 1st of July.

WordCamp San Francisco will take place over three days, August 12-14, with a different focus each day: professional uses, developers, first-time users, and bloggers. And as San Francisco is the official annual WordPress conference, it will also feature Matt Mullenweg’s annual “State of the Word” address.

Who is planning on attending WordCamp San Francisco this year? Is anyone hoping to speak?

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  1. Any ideas of when tickets will go on sale? I heard it will be sometime in June.

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