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.



Error on printed schedules

We have discovered that the printed schedules end about an hour before the conference is scheduled to end. We are still trying to decide whether the schedule is too long or the paper too short.

Note that at 17:00 in Janson, Bdale Garbee will present his Freedom, Out of the Box! keynote. This will be followed immediately by the closing talk and FOSDEM dance.

Be there ... or be elsewhere!

FOSDEM dance

Unfortunately, due to time constraints we were unable to entertain the crowd with our usual FOSDEM dance.
To make up for this, we have rescheduled it to after the closing talk.

Printable schedule

Despite having a lot more sessions this year (around 430 as compared to 320 in 2011 and 2010), we managed to cram it all into 4 A4 pages for you to print. It provides an almost convenient overview of all the sessions for you to plan your weekend at the conference.

The PDF is available here.

Printable Schedule

Want to come to FOSDEM prepared? Want to look through the booklet while you are on your way? Get the booklet here!

Alternatively you can get the printable schedule grid.

Note that some scheduling changes might have occured since the booklet was created. The latest current schedule can be found on our website,in the schedule section

You can also find the mobile site here or use a native smartphone application.

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.

  • Initial schedule

    A first batch of confirmed sessions (main tracks and keynotes) are now online in the schedule section of the site.

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