Obsidian Talks Voting
In this post, you can vote on which Obsidian Community Talks you would like to hear next. Click the link to learn more about the idea/origin of Community Talks, or ask any question you have
Each proposed topic will get its own poll where you can give it an upvote if you’d like to hear that talk. Once a talk is planned to happen at some point in the future, it will get it’s own dedicated forum post for more in-depth discussion and organisation.
You can watch past talks on the Obsidian Community Talks YouTube channel.
If you are interested in giving or requesting a talk, we have created two Google forms:
- One you can use to offer to give a talk on a topic, and
- One where you can request a topic to be spoken on by someone else.
Please feel free to complete either of the forms if you wish to get involved! The forms don’t collect email addresses, so only the information you decide to share will be captured.
Types of Events
The main two types we envisioned for events are talks and workshops.
- Talks are of the flavour “push-one-to-all” in which a single person presents a certain topic.
- Workshops are rather “discuss-coordinate-brainstorm” in which like-minded people tackle a (potentially vague) question or problem together.
Of course an event can be of any other shape! In any case, each offer or request should be accompanied with one or two sentences describing its intention.
Types of Polls
There are two types of polls you can vote on: talks that someone has already offered to give (
Offered), and talks that have been requested by others (
Requested Talks, anyone can volunteer to speak on that topic. If multiple people want to speak on the same topic, they can organise amongst themselves how that will work.
If you haven’t used a forum poll before, here’s a test poll you can try:
- Click here to vote