FOSDEM '10 is a free and non-commercial event organized by the community, for the community. Its goal is to provide Free and Open Source developers a place to meet. No registration necessary.



Devrooms, Stands and notifications

We had a record number of devroom requests this year. In total 39 projects applied for a devroom, distro's not included. We only have 12 rooms per day, or 24 devroom-days to offer, so we had to reject many proposals. On the other hand, 12 rooms per day + 2 crossdistro rooms + 1 lightning talk room + 2 main track auditoria are bound to offer a very interesting and diverse schedule !

List of devrooms at FOSDEM 2010

This is a list of all the devrooms that will be organized at FOSDEM 2010.

Devrooms are organized by the respective project(s) themselves. Where available, we give a link to each devroom's call for talks and its deadline. We encourage any project that shares the same interests as a devroom, to submit a talk proposal there.

Distribution Miniconf

The next installment of FOSDEM is 6 + 7 February 2010, and it's also our 10th edition.

As such, we've been reflecting on the evolution of the event (in the sense that our mission and what it has become is rather a platform for FOSS projects, much more than just a conference, or at least that's what we'd like FOSDEM to become), and we are introducing a change regarding Developer Rooms for distribution projects.

We are going to push the envelope of our mission even further by organizing something along the lines of a "distribution summit" during FOSDEM 2010.

The idea is that rather than having several distributions with their own respective and individual Developer Room, we will host mixed conference rooms where talks and sessions will be organized by topic, with contributors from all distributions attending and participating.

Call For Participation

FOSDEM, the most developer-oriented Free and Opensource conference in Europe, is taking place in Brussels, Belgium on Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 February 2010. Apart from having many invited speakers, the conference offers developer rooms, stands and lightning talks to projects from the Free and Opensource community. This results in a staggering number of 250+ lectures!

We hereby welcome proposals from speakers and projects to talk in a main track, man a stand, organize a devroom, participate in the distribution miniconf or hold a lightning talk.

Reminder: Deadline Sunday 22-11-2009 for the main track talk, stand and devroom requests !

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