Get ready for an exciting two-day event, as GodotCon 2023 is set to take place in Munich, Germany on November 4th and 5th. The event will be packed with talks, Godot games, workshops, and opportunities to network with fellow Godot contributors. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced Godot user, there's something for everyone at this conference.
- Event: GodotCon 2023
- When: November 4th and 5th, 2023.
- Location: Walter-Gropius-Str. 5, 80807 München, Germany.
- More Info:
Join us at the Godot Conference 2023!
Godot Conference 2023: Call for Participations
The organizers are eager to hear from the Godot community and are soon launching a Call for Proposals. This is your chance to propose a talk, workshop, or any other activity you think would be a great addition to the event. As the largest Godot event to date, the organizers want to ensure that everyone can participate in some way.
Can't attend the event in person? Don't worry! The organizers plan to record the talks and workshops and make them available online. They'll also try to stream the event live, but they can't make any promises yet.
A dedicated team of Munich locals has been working hard to bring this event to life. They have secured a fantastic venue: Microsoft Germany. Located at Walter-Gropius-Str. 5, 80807 München, Germany, Microsoft's generous offer of their space allows GodotCon 2023 to become a reality.
Tickets for the event will be available soon, but keep in mind that they'll be limited. To stay informed about the ticket sale and receive any future communication regarding the conference, make sure to subscribe to the event's mailing list.
The organizers are looking for a diverse range of presentations and are inviting interested parties to propose talks or workshops. If you have a project or experience that would be of interest to Godot users, submit your proposal through the dedicated platform.
There will be two tracks available:
- Main track
Please note that due to the number of proposals and available slots, some proposals may be rejected. If your proposal isn't accepted, don't feel discouraged—you can always try again next year.
The main track is open to talks on various topics. Presentations can be directly related to Godot or relevant to game or engine developers. The main track will run for the entire duration of the event, and talks can be either 30 or 60 minutes long (including 5-10 minutes for Q&A). If you require a different duration, you can specify your needs in your proposal.
Some examples from last year's online GodotCon event include:
- WebXR in Godot
- (Almost) A Year of Fam Jams
- Teaching Godot Engine: Learning Experience Design
- Wwise Godot Integration: integrating audio middleware into Godot
- The Garden Path
- The new rendering of Godot 4.0
- Extending the 2D Renderer: Adding 3D-Like Shadowing
This year, there will be a dedicated room for workshops on both mornings of the event. Depending on the duration, two to four workshop slots will be available. Ideally, workshops should last between one and two hours. However, if your proposal requires more time, please indicate the required duration and explain why.
An event like GodotCon 2023 can't happen without a dedicated team of volunteers. The organizers are looking for individuals to help with various tasks during the event, including:
- Steward Lead
- Stewards/General Volunteers
- Hosts (for speakers/sponsors)
- IT Lead
- IT Technicians
- Streaming Lead
- Streaming Operators & Moderators
- Ticketing & Accreditation Lead
- Ticketing & Accreditation
- Meet 2 Match Host
Sponsors are essential for making an event like GodotCon 2023 possible. The organizers are looking for sponsors to help cover costs related to the venue, security, catering, documentation, swag, speaker support, and more. Sponsoring the event offers a unique marketing opportunity with relatively low investment.
A special thank you goes out to the current sponsors, Microsoft and DU&I, for their invaluable support.
With an incredible lineup of talks, workshops, and networking opportunities, GodotCon 2023 is an event you won't want to miss. Mark your calendars for November 4th and 5th, and get ready for an unforgettable experience in Munich, Germany. See you there!