Call for talks and workshops is now closed


  • Youngbin Han

Our call for talks and workshops for this year’s UbuCon Asia is now closed! Thank you every applicants for making your time on choosing topics and writing proposal for our event.

Our content team will start reviewing submitted proposal from today to Oct 12. Once we complete reviewing, We’ll notify every applicants wheather proposal is accepted, pending or rejected by the email applicants entered when submitting proposal. Then you will receive an email from If your proposal is accepted, We’ll provide a link to from to submit your profile. Your participation will be confirmed by submitting that form.

If you submitted proposals and coming from overseas or non-capital area of Korea, have a look at our travel sponsorship and travel grants information from this page and make sure to apply for our travel sponsorship if you need.

Some overview of submitted proposal

We received 51 proposals this year! Note that this doesn’t include lightning talks and BoFs yet.

To summarize proposals by session types, 20min and 45min Talks are the most proposals submitted this year.

Session typeNumber of proposals
Talk 20min18
Talk 45min19
Talk 75min5
Workshop 90min9

By topic categories, Most proposals are Cloud and Infrastructure(14 proposals), Community, Diversity, Local Outreach and Social Context(14 proposals) and Desktop(6 proposals) topics.


If you have any questions, feel free to contact Content team ( or Travel support team ( You can also join us chat online via IRC, Matrix or Telegram.

Youngbin Han

Organizer, Ubucon Asia 2022 / Leader, Ubuntu Korea Community

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Last update: Fix typo (2023-02-04T04:05:04+09:00) - Youngbin Han