CSForum next time?
CSForum 2016 is a wrap, which adds a new point on our global map. A big applause and hearty thanks goes to Lennie Beattie and team at Content Ark for making it possible and bringing CSForum to Melbourne, Australia.
We are now accepting bids from hopeful organizers who would like to bring the next CSForum to their location. Read the organizers information for complete details.
Be mindful of the bidding deadlines in the following table. If no bids are received for a given year, there will be no CSForum for that year.
|CSForum Year||Bid Deadline||Decision Date|
|2017||15 Dec 2016||31 Dec 2016|
|2018||31 Aug 2017||30 Sep 2017|
|2019||31 Aug 2018||30 Sep 2018|
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