Every edition of FOSDEM, we conduct a short interview with the main track and keynote speakers.
- Anil Madhavapeddy and Richard Mortier: MirageOS: compiling functional library operating systems
- Arvind Raj: An Introduction to Sage
- Bjarni Rúnar Einarsson: Mailpile
- Daniel Martí: F-Droid: Free Software app distribution for Android
- Daniel Naber: How we found a million style and grammar errors in the English Wikipedia... and how to fix them
- David Goulet: Linux tracing with LTTng: The love of development without printf()
- David Goulet: USE OTR or how we learned to start worrying and love cryptography
- Eric Vyncke: No more IPv4: Impact on applications and measuring IPv6 deployment
- Erik Moeller: The Wikipedia stack: An insider's look at the free encyclopedia's code that anyone can clone, branch & commit
- Howard Chu: What's New in OpenLDAP
- James Turnbull: Software Archaeology for Beginners: Code, Culture and Community
- Jeremy Bennett and Kerstin Eder: Who ate my battery?: Why free and open source systems are solving the problem of excessive energy consumption.
- Jonathan Anderson: Capsicum: Practical capabilities for UNIX
- Michael Dale: HTML5 Video Part Deux: New Opportunities and New Challenges
- Michael Meeks: Calc: GPU enabling a spreadsheet
- Nuno Diegues and Torvald Riegel: Concurrent Programming Made Simple: The (r)evolution of Transactional Memory
- Olliver Schinagl: ARM Allwinner sunxi SoCs and the community behind it: The most open source (friendly) SoC!
- Peter De Schrijver: Power management: a system wide challenge
- Philipp Wagner: OpTiMSoC: Build Your Own System-on-Chip!
- Poul-Henning Kamp: NSA operation ORCHESTRA: Annual Status Report
- Ric Wheeler: Persistent Memory: Changing the Way We Store Data
- Timo Sirainen: Dovecot's way of scaling to millions of users
- Tom Tromey: Your application versus GDB
- Vesna Manojlovic: Using RIPE Atlas API for measuring IPv6 Reachability
- Wietse Venema: Postfix open source mail server - lessons learned and recent developments
- Wolfram Sang: Making the Linux Kernel better (without coding)