An open resource for an open community
- This is like Wikipedia, but for conferences.
- This wiki works offline (which is great for conferences). It's just a
gitrepo full of Markdown files.
- It's more than just notes; we have summaries, discussions, slide/video links, [[presenter info|Yehuda Katz]], mentioned gems, and more. Miss a talk? Can't remember the name of something? We've got your back.
Our goal is to be a community resource, making this information as widely usable as possible. This means having search engine-friendly text, summaries for humans, as well as resources for the deaf, hard of hearing, and speakers of non-English languages (for example, [[summaries in Portugese|David Heinemeier Hansson Keynote PT]] and [[Japanese|David Heinemeier Hansson Keynote JA]]).
[[Want to help?|How you can help]]
If you like the idea of a conference wiki, please consider [[helping us|How you can help]]! It can be as simple as sharing a link for the wiki (e.g., on Twitter), fixing a typo you happen to find, or [[any of our other ideas|How you can help]].
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