FOSDEM is a free-to-attend event held every year in Brussels, Belgium. It is a community-run event for developers to meet and work together. In 2020 it will be held on 1–2 February—the weekend following DevConf.CZ. The main track proposals are closed, but there are a few Fedora-related or -adjacent activities if you’re interested.
Distributions Developer Room
The Distributions Developer Room will be held on Sunday, 2 February. This devroom focuses on the issues specific to creating distributions, including technology and process. Talks on how distributions can cooperate are also welcome. For details, see the announcement post. You can submit your proposals through 1 December 2019 in the FOSDEM CfP tool.
The CentOS project will be holding their annual CentOS Dojo on the day before FOSDEM—Friday, 31 January. Details of the event may be found on the CentOS Wiki. While the event is CentOS-centric, there’s lots of overlap among the RHEL/Fedora/CentOS family of Linux distributions, and we encourage you to consider submitting your presentation proposals for anything you’re working on which may have some relevance to this larger ecosystem. Proposals close 18 November.
We’re coordinating a Fedora booth at FOSDEM. If you’re interested in participating, please sign up on the wiki page. If you have an accepted presentation, please let us know so we can help you promote it.