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openSUSE Conf 2009

Sep 17 2009 - Sep 20 2009
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openSUSE Conference 2009

The first openSUSE Conference is now scheduled for September 17 - 20 in Nuremberg, Germany.
When, Where?
September 17-20 in Nuremberg, Germany.
The entire schedule will be posted soon. We don't plan on starting any sessions before 9:00 and any talks will end by 18:00 local time.
Who should attend?
The conference is for anyone and everyone making a contribution to openSUSE. Whether you're a developer, packager, translator, artist, member of the marketing team, etc., you belong at the conference if you're interested in getting together with other contributors and working together to make openSUSE even better.
The openSUSE Conference Core team includes: Michael Loeffler, JP Rosevear, Bryen Yunashko, Andrew Wafaa, Pascal Bleser, and Joe 'Zonker' Brockmeier.
But there's plenty of room for openSUSE contributors who want to help shape the Conference. We're looking for:
* Members for the presentation committee.
* PR and marketing help promoting the conference, designing the brochure, etc.
* Event "staff" for the conference.
* Audio / visual folks to help tape and post sessions.
* Somebody to wear the Geeko costume...

The program is under development and will be posted soon. The call for papers will begin on April 14th, 2009. Details will be posted here on the wiki and to openSUSE News, and the opensuse-announce mailing list.
The conference will not be entirely composed of prepared talks. We feel it's better to have plenty of work time for people to get some face-to-face time and get work done rather than sit and listen to talks for three and a half days.
The conference will run from September 17 through September 20, which is Thursday through Sunday. Right now, our tentative schedule is:
* Thursday 09:00 - 18:00
* Friday 09:00 - 18:00
* Saturday 09:00 - 18:00
* Sunday 10:00 - 15:00

The "official" schedule ends at 18:00, but the network will stay up and we'll see about making rooms available for anyone who wants to run hackfests and whatnot in the later evening.
Since many people will be taking flights home, etc., we don't want to run too late on Sunday.
We're going to focus on four areas:
* System and Toolchain (openSUSE Build Service, YaST, Kernel, Packaging)
* Desktop (KDE, GNOME, Xfce, etc.)
* Server (Apache, MySQL, etc.)
* Community (Marketing, Translation, Wiki, Legal)

We'd also like to have some "beginner's" talks for the Open Day.
openSUSE Open Day
Saturday we'll extend an invite to all openSUSE users (in addition to contributors) who can make it to Nuremberg to learn more about openSUSE.
This is in addition to, not replacing, the contributor tracks.
If you're interested in helping with the program, add your name to the Organizers section of this page.

Nürnberg, Germany

Created:Jun 15 2009
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