January 20, 2023
FOSDEM is back and ready to mingle! After two years of hosting the event virtually, Brussels will once again welcome attendees on February 4 & 5 for this free event on the old stomping grounds of the ULB Solbosch Campus.
This two-day event is renowned worldwide as one of the best open source conferences, with over 8,000 people in attendance. With such a reputation and large crowd to impress, we are excited to be presenting 8 different talks, in 7 devrooms as well as on the main track. To get the full picture on each presentation, check out the details below. For those unable to make it, there will be live streams for all track. We'll be sharing the links on our social media channels as soon as they become available.
FOSDEM is an amicable atmosphere for sharing all things open source, including hellos! Feel free to drop by the devrooms to chat with our speakers or check out the job corner for our current opportunities!
See you there! (waffles optional)
Update: The video recordings are now available, click on any talk listed below to start watching!
Collabora @ FOSDEM 2023
Saturday, February 4
- Main track
Graphics: A Frame's Journey
Presented by Daniel Stone.
- Open Media devroom
GStreamer State of the Union 2023
Presented by Olivier Crête.
- FOSS on Mobile Devices devroom
Mobian: to stable... and beyond!
Presented by Arnaud Ferraris.
- Security devroom
Elliptic curves in FOSS
Presented by Sergi Blanch-Torné.
- Virtualization and IaaS devroom
Stateless decoder virtualization using VirtIO Video and Rust
Presented by Daniel Almeida.
- Embedded, Mobile and Automotive devroom
Bluetooth state in PipeWire and WirePlumber
Presented by Frédéric Danis.
Sunday, February 5
- Testing and Automation devroom
Growing a lab for automated upstream testing: challenges and lessons learned
Presented by Laura Nao.
- Kernel devroom
Rethinking device support for the long-term
Presented by Nícolas F. R. A. Prado.
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