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Git Merge, the conference dedicated to bringing the Git community together returns on September 14-15 in Chicago, Illinois.
We hope you can join us in-person for a full day of technical talks, plus a day of pre-conference workshops for Git users of all levels. Tickets and registration details will be available soon. As always, we will donate all proceeds from Git Merge tickets to the Software Freedom Conservancy to support their work in improving and defending free and open source software, including the Git project itself.
In the meantime, we’re accepting proposals starting today through Sunday, July 10. Simply submit a proposal, and we’ll email you back by Friday, July 22. For more information on the kind of talks we’re seeking, please check out our Call for Speakers.
Git Merge is about the Git community, not about any one company. Therefore, the conference would not be possible without the help of our sponsors and community partners. If you’re interested in sponsorship opportunities at Git Merge, please see the prospectus for more details.
See you in Chicago!