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Hi all,

we will have a LibreOffice conference again this year ;-)
I know from our first conference that it was a repetitive manual
operation to manage the call for papers and create the conference
program. Thus I thought about a Conference Management System (CMS) for
the next conference. I've looked around for such a system but I haven't
found one that is - in my opinion - adapted to our needs. Thus I started
to work on a new add-on for Plone for this purpose (I found a not yet
perfect example add-on for that). But I need some feedback about the
"objects" that should be available inside the new add-on and the fields
this objects should contain.

In my opinion we need the following:
- program
- track
- talk
- workshop
- speaker (presenter) / leader of workshop

- session (an object inside track, thus we could create a time schedule
for the track and assign talks later to this sessions)

- attendee (they could choose the talks, workshops they want to attend,
maybe submit questions to the speaker / leader of workshops before the

I need also feedback about the "fields" (content) we need for the
several objects, especially talk, workshop, speaker.

My take:

short bio,

talk /workshop:
short abstract,
track (drop down field)

Best regards,

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