Participation in the event is free, although workshops may require a small fee.
Yes. Airflow Summit aims to provide a harrasment-free experience to all participants. Please review our Code of Conduct.
Yes. All talks will be recorded and available immediately in Crowdcast. In order to watch the recordings in Crowdcast, you need to go to the upper left of the Crowdcast window and click on the SCHEDULE text (see image below). This will open the list of sessions in Crowdcast and if you select a previous one, you can see the recording.
The Airflow Community strives to be a welcoming, inclusive, and accessible environment for all, regardless of ability Participants requiring special accommodations should provide details in their registration and/or by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. This information will kept private and only be shared with individuals who need to know to secure these accommodations.
Yes. During the live events, the talks will have open captions. This means the subtitles are part of the video and cannot be turned off. And the final/edited version of the recordings in YouTube will have close caption which you can turn on or off.
We will be using Crowdcast. Crowdcast is currently working on their next version (which should be released before Airflow Summit) that will provide several improvements on accesibility and navigability through screen readers.
Yes! We want to make sure that any speaker can participate, regardless of ability. Please reach out at email@example.com