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FOSDEM: Two days, a dozen talks!

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Mark Filion
January 26, 2018

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In just over a week's time, Collaborans will be heading to Brussels to take part in this year's edition of FOSDEM, a two-day event organised by volunteers to promote the widespread use of free and open source software. Widely recognized as the best and biggest conference of its kind in Europe, this year's edition is also extra special as it marks the first time Collabora joins the ranks of sponsors!

Furthermore, Collaborans will be giving over a dozen talks over the weekend, on a wide variety of topics: from introductions to Flatpak and kmemleak to managing build infrastructure of a Debian derivative and modern tools to debug GStreamer.

You'll be able to hear them speak in the main track, but also in 7 different developer rooms, including embedded, mobile and automotive, package management, graphics, open media, debugging tools, distributions, and hardware enablement. See below are the details for each presentation.

If you are planning on attending FOSDEM, please do come say hello, or drop by the job corner to check out our current opportunities!

See you in Brussels!

Collabora @ FOSDEM 2018

Main track

Package Management developer room

Graphics developer room

Open Media developer room

Debugging Tools developer room

Embedded, Mobile and Automotive developer room

Distributions developer room

Hardware Enablement developer room

 

 

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