Hello fellow Godoters!
Our online GodotCon meetup for contributors, users and game developers, will happen online this Saturday, January 23rd, from 8:45 UTC to 16:00 UTC. We hope to have you join us for this long-awaited moment of knowledge sharing!
We have received many talk submissions from people from all over the world and while it was a heartbreaker, we had to make some selections to fit in the schedule. We want to thank warmly all the people who proposed a talk.
Because of the incredible quantity of interesting proposals, we will try to host another conference soon, so if your talk didn’t make it this time, please consider submitting it for the next event! Thank you all for your patience with us, we already learned a lot from this experience and we can’t wait to work with you again!
Where to watch?
As usual, GodotCon is free of charge and you are all welcome to watch the stream on YouTube.
If you are unfortunately unavailable to attend the live streaming, don’t worry: videos for each talk will be uploaded later on the Godot Engine YouTube account so you’ll be able to watch them anytime you wish.
You can participate!
Watching the conferences is great, but many of you may also want to discuss the contents together and perhaps ask questions to the speakers. As the talks are pre-recorded, you will not be able to ask your questions live after the talks, especially since some speakers may be out of the timezone at the time of their talk.
This is why, in addition to the live streaming we have set up a Rocket.chat platform that you can join freely. There, you’ll find one room for each talk. You can join each room to discuss and eventually ask your questions. In some cases, the speaker can be online too and will answer your questions directly!
We also want to immensely thank Prehensile Tales for providing us with this Rocket.chat service!
Join the Rocket.chat instance already and join the rooms corresponding to the talks. You can log in using your pre-existing accounts for many platforms (Discord, GitHub, GitLab, etc.), or create a new account (please note that email verification is necessary, be sure to check your spam folder!).
Check out the talks list and their respective schedules on this Google spreadsheet. Note that times are given in the UTC timezone by default, you can make a copy of the document to change it to your own timezone.
Alternatively, you can download this PDF with the schedule for the UTC timezone.
We hope to see many of you on Saturday! Until then, stay safe!