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.


Mobile schedule apps

Ways to have the schedule with you at all times, without wasting trees:

Mobile site


    The online mobile schedule uses jQueryMobile 1.0a2 and hence supports all the platforms jQM does. It is pretty hefty (a bit over 600kb in size) but includes everything in that single URL, except the details about speakers and talks that are downloaded from the site when consulted.

    Apps for Mobile Devices

    • Android: fosdem-android and Giggity.
      Both are also available in the android-market.
      Tested for the 2012 edition.
    • WebOS: fosdem-webos
      Also available in the app store
      Tested for the 2012 edition.
    • N900: Sojourner
      The git repo for the 2012 version lives here, the binary is here
      Tested for the 2012 edition.
    • n9/N9500: find it here you can install the FosDem aplicatoon on !HarmatTan #n9 / !n950club !mAEmo !MeeGo !TiZen updated and Tested for 2012 edition
    • Debian: Repackaged fosdem-maemo.
      Worked for the 2011 edition, not tested for 2012 edition.
    • Symbian semperFosdem
      Port of fosdem-schedule for Symbian S60/Qt
      Worked for the 2011 edition, not tested for 2012 edition.

    Thanks to Pascal Bleser, Wilmer van der Gaast, Gregor Herrmann, Will Thompson, Raphael Kallensee, Michael Uyttersprot, Chris Browet, Niels Langendorff and others for these great pieces of open-source software!

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