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Kara Bembridge
February 01, 2022

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The annual FOSDEM conference is kicking off in a matter of days as software developers prepare for thoughtful discussions on the latest open source developments.

This two-day virtual event is organized by volunteers to promote the widespread use of free and open source software. With over 50 devrooms and nearly 700 talks, this jam-packed weekend is sure to satisfy the most curious of minds.

Within this rigorous lineup, you'll have the chance to get an in-depth look at Mobian: an open-source project aimed at bringing Debian GNU/Linux to mobile devices. Presented by Collabora's very own Arnaud Ferraris, he'll take you through the significance of the project's advancements and contributions to the FLOSS ecosystem.

Collabora @ FOSDEM 2022

2 Years of Mobian: Birth and growth of a mobile Linux distribution
Saturday, Feb. 5 at 13:30 CET.

Additionally, if you're looking to gain a new perspective while exploring kernel automated testing topics, the following session, presented by Red Hat’s Nikolai Kondrashov, should be marked in your calendar.

KernelCI session

Masking known issues across six kernel CI systems
Sunday, Feb. 6 at 14:00 CET.

As per usual, these talks will be live-streamed and you'll be able to find the links posted across our social media channels. Check us out on Twitter or Mastodon to make sure you don't miss the link drops!

We’d love to hear from you! Pop by during Arnaud's talk for a chat or see what could be next on your horizon in our current opportunities.

See you online!


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