Free Java Dev Room Call For Participation
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Mon Oct 16 15:43:00 UTC 2017
We are pleased to announce the Call for Participation in the FOSDEM
2018 Free Java DevRoom!
This year FOSDEM Free Java DevRoom will be on Saturday the 3th of
February 2018 in Bruxelles, Belgium, with the usual events and
meetings surrounding the main show on Friday, Saturday and Sunday on
that weekend; please, refer to the FOSDEM website for the schedule of
the whole event:
The Free Java DevRoom has become unique in that it has attracted
hackers from very different Free Software Java projects, giving the
opportunity to bring together companies of various sizes, different
project communities, mainstream core Java developers, alternative Java
language implementations and runtimes, and everything that form the
Free Java Universe, everybody participating to share their knowledge
in an atmosphere of cooperation and friendly competition.
The Java Community has never been more vibrant than now, and it's
moving faster and is more modular than ever: a real "Jigsaw Falling
Into Place" and back together into a perfect picture! Those are indeed
very exciting times, and we are all part of it! So, come and share
your experiences at the Java Dev Room at FOSDEM!
As always, check out our wiki for more details on the conference:
And join the Free Java DevoRoom mailing list [java-devroom at lists.fosdem.org]:
*** IMPORTANT ***
Fosdem organisers have expressed the desire to record and stream
everything, and like every year we will do our best to record the
sessions by default.
We will use the same format as last year, so please submit one (or
more) 25 minute talk proposal(s) by the 1st of December 2017, 23.59
CET on the mailing list.
We will also select a small number of 45 minutes talk. If you wish to
submit a 45 minutes talk please state this in the proposal, all
proposals will be considered to be of 25 minute by default otherwise.
A template for submitting a talk can be found at:
Tracks will be announced around 10th of December on the mailing list.
Please join us!
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