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



Interview: James Turnbull

James Turnbull will give a talk about "DevOps - More than Marketing" at FOSDEM 2011.

Could you briefly introduce yourself?

I'm a long-time Operations and Security guy and an author who has written five technical books. My focus is on automation (especially Puppet), Ruby, metrics and I am passionate about food, wine, books, photo-journalism and cats.

Interview: Eben Moglen

Eben Moglen will give a talk about "Why Political Liberty Depends on Software Freedom More Than Ever" at FOSDEM 2011.

Interview: Jonathan Corbet

Jonathan Corbet will give a talk about "How kernel development goes wrong and why you should be a part of it anyway" at FOSDEM 2011.

Call for Main Speakers and Devrooms

FOSDEM, the biggest free and non-commercial event organized by and for the open source community, is taking place in Brussels, Belgium on Saturday 5 and Sunday 6 February 2011. Apart from having many invited speakers, the conference offers developer rooms, stands and lightning talks to projects from the Free and Open source community. This results in a staggering number of 250+ lectures!

We hereby invite ideas and proposals for main speakers, and proposals for developer rooms. The call for stands and lightning talks will be done after announcing the accepted devrooms.

Details and dates below.

Main Track Speaker Interviews

Every edition of FOSDEM, we conduct a short interview with the main track speakers.

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