I'd love to talk with other Ruby people and exchange experience, find new friends and have fun.
Have you ever thought about what is going on behind the scenes of a platform as a service?
Learning about the nature of PaaS will help you to better adapt your apps for the operation on such an infrastructure.
In this talk we will go through the major challenges of building a large distributed service oriented architecture to easily deploy applications of different languages binding dynamically to multiple services.
Learn about the basic building blocks of such a system and see what these services do and how they interoperate.
Get a glance at how to implement self-configuration, self-healing and scalability while being language and version control agnostic.
All done in the beloved Ruby language. All open source. Ready to be discovered and improved.
They shouldn't! After all this is the purpose of the suggestions/comments: the help improve the proposal itself :)
Could it be that the first comments somehow influence people although the proposal has been completely re-written?
I would say this is an exceptional proposal!
Now it should be without any product flavor with full focus to the technology.
Actually the talk is similar to the delta cloud talk about the open source software cloudfoundry. Both projects are somehow funded by the industry.
It seems to me that we have landed on grey area. Is this presentation about the Open Source project CloudFoundry or the product?
If I'm not mistaken, cloudfoundry is an open source product backed up from commercial companies/partners. So I'm not sure this is in 'violation' or rules - unless of course it promotes the commercial part of it which is the actual PaaS hosting. So the proper question for is: Is this presentation going to be for http://www.cloudfoundry.org/ or http://www.cloudfoundry.com/?
According to the 'Rules' http://cfp.euruko2013.org/about having a talk which just promotes a product is forbidden.
However, from what it looks like, you can give us insight as to how Ruby may be used to "to operate, maintain and scale the platform" as you say using Bosh.
So, if I was you, I'd change the angle to focus on this latter aspect of your talk rather than an outright presentation of CloudFundry (which is otherwise very interesting for many, including myself:-)