UDS: Here it comes

Guess what folks, its coming to that time again…you got it – Ubuntu Developer Summit time!!

The Ubuntu Developer Summit is a week long event in which a swathe of Ubuntu contributors get together into the same venue to design, discuss and flesh out the next version of Ubuntu. This includes the entire Ubuntu team that work for Canonical, a number of Ubuntu contributors that we sponsor and a large number of contributors who attend themselves. We also have a number of organisations, vendors, press and interested parties who attend. It is an excellent way to get involved in how Ubuntu is developed and see the Open Source development process in action. With this comes a caveat though – the UDS is a hardcore development summit. It is not a conference with presentations, talks and user focused content – this is about building Ubuntu from a technical and community governance level.

The next UDS is scheduled for Sunday 28th October to Friday 2nd November 2007 and will be held at The Hilton at MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. To find out more, head over to this page. We look forward to seeing you there!

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  • http://www.ubuntista.com Ubuntista

    Good like with that! Unofrtunately, no way I can be there. Hope we’ll at least get some video/podcasts, ok?

  • http://www.ubuntista.com Ubuntista

    Sorry, I meant “luck” instead of “like”. Don’t know if some sort of corrector came in, or it’s just that I’m tired.

  • http://www.socallinuxexpo.org ilan

    Jono, is it me or do you spend more time in the US than back home? :)