This year, we are planning MuniHac to be a one- or two-day online event filled with Haskell talks and workshops that will be streamed via the internet. MuniHac will be free to attend. We are, as of now, looking for proposals.
MuniHac will take place on the "weekend" of 11th to 13th of September.
We are encouraging talks at all levels of Haskell knowledge, and especially (but not exclusively) talks that have a direct perspective to coding, such as, for example:
We are looking for short talks (35 minutes + 10 minutes of questions) and longer workshops (120 minutes, including questions).
If you are in doubt whether something would be a good fit, feel free to talk to us. We also encourage contributions from first-time speakers.
We will make the ultimate decision on how to structure the day(s) and how many slots we will offer based on the reactions to this call. The different nature to past years make it difficult to predict how many submissions we will get, so we apologise in advance should we end up having to reject good ideas due to timing constraints. But please don't let that possibility discourage you. We would like to hear from you.
Please try to send us your proposals by 22 July 2020.
A full announcement of Virtual MuniHac 2020 with information on how to register and participate will follow later.