13-15 March 2020

City, University London

BoFs

BoFs (Birds of a Feather)

BoFs can be suggested and written up at the weekend for both Saturday and Sunday. We'll maintain a noticeboard of the BoFs, rooms, and times, the board will also be tweeted and should be displayed on screens throughout the venue. The BoFs will be held in rooms ELG10, ELG11, ELG12, and ELG13.

What is a BoF?

Birds of a Feather sessions (or BOFs) are informal gatherings of like-minded individuals who wish to discuss a certain topic without a pre-planned agenda. BOFs allow groups to meet and discuss issues relating to regular conference sessions and talk out common problems facing the community.

Have fun and learn! BOFs exist to provide attendees with an inclusive, informal environment in which to share ideas freely. BOFs can be serious, and a great way to gather the people you’ve been working remotely with on a project in a space to deep dive on a topic, but they can also be fun as well. Knitting BOF? Why not!

Birds of a Feather sessions (or BOFs) are informal gatherings of like-minded individuals who wish to discuss a certain topic without a pre-planned agenda. BOFs allow groups to meet and discuss issues relating to regular conference sessions and talk out common problems facing the community.

Have fun and learn! BOFs exist to provide attendees with an inclusive, informal environment in which to share ideas freely. BOFs can be serious, and a great way to gather the people you’ve been working remotely with on a project in a space to deep dive on a topic, but they can also be fun as well. Knitting BOF? Why not!

Due to the broad interest in these events, we ask that you post no more than 2 BOFs per person.

How to Run a Successful BOF

  • Be respectful of scheduled BOFs
  • Meet in the hallway or at lunch tables if all BOF spaces are reserved
  • Encourage participation from attendees and get everyone's input
  • Split the group if your BOF gets too big so everyone can be heard
  • Collaborate with BOF owners if you want to propose similar topics
  • Ask a speaker to mention your BOF if the topics are complimentary to raise awareness

These Kinds of BOFs will be Moderated and Removed

  • Lecture-like presentations, sales pitches, product demos, or marketing meetings
  • BOFs which violate the Code of Conduct

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