The voting system is the one which was used for FOSS4G 2011 and
FOSS4G-NA, so you may already be familiar with it. It allows you to vote
for as many presentations as you like, and presents the proposals in a
random order – i.e. you will see a different order from that seen by
anyone else – in order to eliminate any bias from the order in which the
There are over 200 presentations submitted for FOSS4G 2013, so it is
also a good opportunity to see the excellent range of work done by the
community members worldwide.
Community voting will end on 22nd April, ahead of the LOC meeting at
Nottingham on 24th and 25th April which will decide the final shape of
Please note that the Academic Track reviewing process (full papers
submissions for Transactions in GIS etc.) is done separate from this.
We look forward to your strong participation and support for *FOSS4G
2013 - Geo for All*.