Have a question about EveryWorld? E-mail us at everyworld at auc.edu.au. Common and notable questions and responses will be collected here.
What Are You Using Discord For?
Discord is where we’ll be coordinating EveryWorld – including making announcements, and posting links to session recordings you may have missed. And it’s where you can hang out with the session presenters for Q&A, and with other delegates to just chat while sessions are streamed.
After registering for EveryWorld via Eventbrite, and if you haven’t done so already do the following :
– first, go to go to our Discord site and accept our invitation to our Discord service
– next, email everyworld at auc.edu.au and let us know your EventBrite order number, and your username on our Discord server, and ask for access to the EveryWorld attendee area
– we’ll add “EveryWorld attendee” to your Discord role, enabling you to access the various EveryWorld channels
If you’re speaking at EveryWorld, you don’t need to do this, but please check the earlier email we sent out about getting your Speaker role.
How Do I Watch Sessions?
Check your email for instructions on how to watch the EveryWorld stream, or ask in our Discord service.
When Will the Schedule be Available?
The event schedule is now live. Two versions are available – HTML and PDF. Both are linked in the EveryWorld navigation block in the upper right of this page.
EveryWorld includes a number of workshops (see https://everyworld.com.au/speakers/#workshops for the details). You’ll need to register for a place in the Workshops hosted by Anthony Reimer (Writing AutoPkg Recipes) and Tony Williams (Zsh basics and shell programming). Be sure to check you can meet the indicated workshop prerequisites before signing up. You can sign up for a workshop here. Note that places are limited, and will be issued on a first-come, first-served basis. You can sign up for a workshop at https://auc.edu.au/everyworld/workshops.
Please note that all times that we use in relation to EveryWorld are expressed as AEDT (GMT+11).