By stephen.fox on Jun 16, 2009
Public Voting for Oracle OpenWorld 2009 Sessions Is Now Open
We tried something similar at last year’s show, and it was a huge success. This year, our content team wanted to ensure that their favorite proposals made it in. After you—our customers, partners, and developers—answered the Call for Papers, they evaluated every single submission, picked their favorites for inclusion, and then put another batch up for public voting. Now you get to choose who gets invited to present.
To get started, go to the session voting page on Oracle Mix. Then, look through the submissions sorted by streams, tracks, title, top vote-getters, or a random selection, and start voting for the ones you want to see in the show. Remember, only registered Oracle Mix members can vote. If you’re not a member yet, sign up now. Then, vote for your favorites.
If your submission is in the running, let everyone in your network know by using the “Share this” section of your paper’s voting page. We want to make sure the best content gets in; the more votes we get, the better the conference will be.
We set up an FAQ about the entire process if you have questions. Since this is only the second time we’ve done something like this for Oracle OpenWorld, we’re looking for your feedback about where we can make improvements. Leave your thoughts here in the comments, or start a discussion on Oracle Mix—after you vote, of course.