The openSUSE Project is preparing to host 400 open source developers and users for its international openSUSE Conference in Nuremberg, Germany. The 2011 conference theme – rwx³ “Read, Write, Execute – three times for you, your community and the rest of the world” is a geeky term based on a UNIX acronym defining file access permissions for users and groups. The third annual event is expected to provide a dynamic series of presentations, workshops and small collaborative meetings.
Conference keynotes will be delivered by Jos Poortvliet, openSUSE community manager, Greg Kroah-Hartman, Linux kernel developer and Michael Miller, global vice president of marketing and alliances for SUSE a top provider of enterprise Linux solutions.
The event will offer sessions covering a wide range of Free Software topics from technical subjects like kernel debugging to business topics like cross-cultural communication and how to organize local communities. This year’s conference will even include lively and imaginative sessions including an 8bit music workshop and even a course on building your own kayak by well known kernel hacker Greg Kroah-Hartman.
The agenda will cover the openSUSE distribution and its infrastructure, general open source technologies and community topics, including:
- Citizen Journalism or How to Write a Good Blog
- FOSS Clouds and the Cloud Project on the openSUSE Buildservice
- Debugging Workshop with GDB
- How to get involved and contribute to openSUSE distribution development
Date: 11-14 September 2011
Place: Zentrifuge, Muggenhofer Str. 141, 90429 Nuremberg, Germany
Registration and ticket information: http://conference.opensuse.org/tickets/
- Community ticket – complimentary
- Professional ticket – US $350
openSUSE Conference 2011 website: http://conference.opensuse.org/
Twitter hashtag: #osc11
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