Our program committee is currently hard at reviewing your submissions. In the next few weeks, we'll be reaching out to everyone who submitted talk ideas to let you know the status of your proposal.
This year, we're using Submittable to accept and review talk submissions to CSSConf. If you submitted a proposal, you should have received an e-mail with information from their site about where you can check up on your submission and communicate with the program committee. If you didn't receive an e-mail confirming your submission, or you can't find it, get in touch with us at email@example.com
We believe that the Open Web is made better by a variety of perspectives. Our goal is to create a respectful, inclusive, and diverse environment for all, where we can seek out and explore new ideas and concepts that push the boundaries of CSS and the web community at large.
If you aren't sure whether you should submit a talk to CSSConf – you should be! We're strong believers that We Are All Awesome and that your conference proposal is "good enough!" If you have questions about the process or your ideas, feel free to get in touch with us on Twitter or at via e-mail .
Should your proposal be selected, we'll cover the cost of your travel to New York City, three nights in a hotel nearby the conference, and, of course, a ticket to the conference. (If you happen to purchase a ticket and also submit a proposal that is selected, a) thank you! and b) we'll happily refund your ticket!)
We want CSSConf to have the most interesting, innovative, and downright cool talks you can dream up. To this end, we are striving to make our selection process fair and unbiased.
All proposals are anonymized for the first round of selection, so there is no bias of any kind – except towards outstanding proposals. After the candidate proposals have been chosen, they are de-anonymized for the final selection.