FreeBSD Community Day, April 7, 2019

This page describes the April 2019 FreeBSD Community day, co-located with FOSS-north 2019, which will take place in Gothenburg, Sweden. This is a public event intended for developers and anyone with an interest in FreeBSD, or who is looking to learn more about the project. FreeBSD committers are welcome to register themselves using this wiki.

Schedule

The FreeBSD Community Day will take place on the 7th of April.

The idea is to have a good mix of interesting FreeBSD talks, discussions and to use the day as a way to show off FreeBSD to people interested in the Project. It will also be a chance for users and potential users to meet developers and to try FreeBSD.

Short Talks

If you want to hold a small presentation or talk, please add it here.

Title

Speaker

Description

Slides, Notes

Maps

The FreeBSD Community Day will be held at the B3 Consulting Group offices in central Gothenburg. The address is Kämpegatan 6, close to the Gothenburg C rail way station.

Attendees

If you are interested in attending, please add your name so that I can gauge interest and try to dimension the amount of food and drinks needed. The event is open to anyone, and is free of charge. If you are unable to attend, please remove yourself from the list.

Developer Attendees

Registration is open.

Please keep sorted by last name.

Name

FreeBSD.org login

Arrival Date

Departure Date

Hotel

Notes

NiclasZeising

zeising

TBD

TBD

TBD

organizer

Meal Requirements

Requirement

Qty

Vegetarian

1

Vegan

0

Diet drinks

0

Other Information

I recommend attending the FOSS-north conference on April 8 and 9. It's a two day dual track technical conference with a focus on Free- and Open Source software. More information and tickets for the conference can be found here.

A big thank you also to B3 Consulting Group for allowing us to use their office as the venue.

Travel to Gothenburg

Gothenburg is located on the west cost of Sweden. It can easily be reached by both air, train and car.

DevSummit/201904 (last edited 2019-02-03 14:37:24 by NiclasZeising)