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Tracks issue on Agile2017 submission form

14 Dec

The reason for this post is simple: I am not sure if there is a way to report discrepancies to Agile Alliance (@agilealliance) on it’s site – especially for the #Agile2017 program.

It is an attempt to collect these issues reported/observed, a running backlog and not any criticism. After all, I am a part of volunteer in #Agile2017 and want to make it the BEST conference ever.

Thanks to Dave Rooney, Chet Hendrickson and conversations on twitter, here’s the comparison:

  1. The tracks listed on the main site (with their definitions), do not match the options available on the proposal submission page.
Track available on main page Is this track available on submissions page?
Agile Companies

 

Yes (Under – Process at Scale)
Agile Foundations

 

No
Audacious Salon

 

No
Coaching & Mentoring

 

Yes (Under – People)
Collaboration Culture & Teams

 

Yes (Under – People)
Customers & Products

 

Yes (Under – Process at Scale)
Development Practices & Craftsmanship

 

Yes (Under – Technical)
DevOps Yes (Under – Technical)
Enterprise Agile Yes (Under – Process at Scale)
Experience Reports Yes (Independent Category)
Leadership Yes (Under – People)
Learning Yes (Under – People)
Project, Program & Portfolio Management

 

Yes (Under – Process at Scale)
Stalwarts

 

No
Testing & Quality

 

Yes (Under – Technical)
The Future of Agile Software Development (IEEE Software)

 

Yes (Under – Miscellaneous)
User Experience

 

Yes (Under – Technical)

In addition to this post, I have used the contact us form on Agile Alliance site to report the issue. Hoping this gets fixed soon.

If you see any such issues, please feel free to share on twitter using #Agile2017 tag, Comment here or @ me!

 

 

 

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1 Comment

Posted by on December 14, 2016 in Agile, Volunteering

 

One response to “Tracks issue on Agile2017 submission form

  1. George Dinwiddie

    March 3, 2017 at 12:50 pm

    The tracks not on the submission system are invitation-only.

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