The four last interviews have been published on FOSDEM's website. You can find them here below:
- Interview with Jeff Waugh, Business & Community Development for Ubuntu
- Interview with Tomasz Kojm, Original Author and Project Leader of ClamAV
- Interview with Alex Russell, Project Leader of the Dojo Toolkit
- Interview with Mark Spencer, Founder of Asterisk
This year, will be present (in alphabetical order):
- Alex Russell, Project Leader of the Dojo Toolkit
- Axel Hecht, Member of Mozilla Europe's Board of Directors
- Crispin Cowan, Architect of the AppArmor Project
- David Roundy, Lead Developer of the Darcs Project
- Geert Bevin, Lead Developer of RIFE
- Greg Stein, One of the Early Designers of the Subversion Project
- Ian Pratt, Leader and Chief Architect of the Xen Project
- Jan Janak, Core Team Member of SER (The SIP Express Router)
- Jason Huggins, Original Author and Core Team Member of Selenium
- Jean-Marc Valin, Main Author and Maintainer of Speex
- Jeff Waugh, Business & Community Development for Ubuntu
- Jon Haslam, DTrace Project
- Jon Trowbridge, Maintainer of Beagle
- Julian Seward, Valgrind Founder and Project Lead
- Mark Spencer, Founder of Asterisk
- Massimiliano Pala, OpenCA Project Manager and Chief Designer
- Michael Meeks, OpenOffice.org
- Richard M Stallman, Leader of the FSF
- Tomasz Kojm, Original Author and Project Leader of ClamAV
- Uriel M. Pereira, Plan 9 Hacker
And many others who will be giving talks and tutorials...
Several Free or Open Source Software projects have decided to hold a meeting during FOSDEM. It is a great occasion to meet core developers in the following developers' rooms: Ada, Calibre, GNU Classpath, Debian, Embedded softwares, Gentoo, GNOME, GNUStep, Jabber, KDE, Linux on Laptops, Mozilla, Opengroupware, openSUSE, Tcl/Tk, X.org. All those rooms have an internal schedule, including talks and presentations from lead developers.
Do not miss other FOSDEM initiatives like the Key Signing Party, or the LPI exams.
FOSDEM's goal is to provide Free Software and Open Source developers and communities the opportunity to learn and discuss the latest developments in the Free and Open Source arena and to promote the development and the benefits of Free and Open Source solutions.
The speakers mainly talk about their technologies and make technical speeches.
The event is totally free.
This is a non-commercial event organised by people from the community, that is why we encourage you to support FOSDEM if you appreciate the event and want it to continue in the same spirit. More information about the FOSDEM 2006 support operation at http://www.fosdem.org/2006/index/support/
We hope to see you there.
--The FOSDEM team