Community, Friends, People!
The third openSUSE Conference, osc11, kicks off on Sunday September 11,
2011 in Nuremberg, Germany. Under the motto RWX³ all Free and Open
Source Software enthusiasts are invited to come together for four days
to learn, hack and to have a lot of fun. The program will cover a
variety topics with an emphasis on interaction between participants. The
event is free of charge and open to anyone!
The conference is the yearly get-together of the openSUSE community to
give its people a chance to meet face to face, talk to and inspire each
other. Having the chance to chat on the hallway, to quickly throw some
ideas together on a whiteboard or to watch over each others shoulders
while hacking can easily substitute endless chat sessions, thousand-mail
threads on a mailing list and tiresome telephone calls. Being together
in one room, even in this day and age, beats every other collaboration
method and is what forges cohesion and friendships. That is why the
openSUSE Project tries to get together this conference every year for
its contributors. But not only for them, the conference is also for
anyone using, working with or taking advantage of the project. No matter
if you use our technology, if you are one of our many friends from free
and open source upstream projects or if you contribute to another
GNU/Linux distribution this conference is for you.
Find more information about the conference, the program and the location
And don't forget to register now!
The OSC11 Team
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