FOSDEM 2006 is approaching. The event will take place on the 25th and 26th of February in Brussels, Belgium. The FOSDEM is a free and non-commercial event for the community and organised by the community. FOSDEM ‘s goal is to provide free and open source developers and communities a place to go over the latest developments in the free and open source arena and to promote the development and the benefits of free and open source solutions. Read more for some interviews with key speakers at FOSDEM.
The FOSDEM 2006 will host talks, tutorials, and developers’ rooms for
several important projects.
FOSDEM talks are always done by the maintainers of the projects being
presented during the talks. All speakers are interviewed, and you can
discover three new interviews this week:
– Interview with Michael Meeks, developer of OpenOffice.org 2.0;
– Interview with Jon Trowbridge, maintainer of Beagle;
– Interview with Jan Janak, core team member of SER (The SIP Express Router).
More information is available at FOSDEM’s webiste.
Any osnews people coming ? I work in Brussels, so I’ll probably pop in for a look.
Oh yeah, other speakers :
– Jon Haslam who will talk about the DTrace Project.
– Uriel M.Pereira who will present Plan9.
– Ian Pratt about Xen
– Massimiliano Pala about the OpenCA project
– Julian Seward, Founder and Project Lead of Valgrind.
– Thomas Lord, the GNU Arch Founder.
– Geert Bevin, Lead Developer of RIFE.
And RMS, as asual.
Edited 2006-02-10 01:04