2010 was a busy year for the Linux Foundation, and their recently posted 2011 schedule suggests that this year will be just as interesting. In addition to LinuxCon and the Collaboration Summit in the US, there’s also LinuxCon Brazil, LinuxCon Japan, and for the first time ever LinuxCon Europe. The latter is running concurrently with the Linux Kernel Summit and the Embedded Linux Conference Europe.
The call for presentations is open at all of the Linux Foundation’s 2011 events. Since many of these events are invitation-only being a speaker might be a good way to get to attend. The CFPs (LinuxCon Europe, LinuxCon North America, LinuxCon Japan, LinuxCon Brazil) list a number of suggested topics, so if you have anything compelling to say about those aspects of Linux, submit a presentation!
You can register for an event, or submit a proposal in response to the Call for Presentations, at events.linuxfoundation.org.