Ladies and Gentleman, Boys and Girls, I am pleased to announce FOSSCamp 2007 on Sat 27th and Sun 28th Oct 2007 at The Hilton @ MIT, Massachusetts, USA!
The aim of FOSSCamp 2007 is to provide a means for Open Source projects to get together to discuss and debate how to work together and how to improve the Open Source desktop, server and embedded space. Although Canonical are providing the venue for this event, this is a vendor neutral event and all distributions, projects, vendors, and contributors are welcome to attend. This is about opening up the channels of communication between different projects to see how we can work together. Whats more, you don’t have to be a huge project like Mozilla, X.org, GNOME or KDE to attend – smaller projects are more than welcome!
The conference will be an un-conference, which is trendy-talk for “we won’t have a pre-written schedule”. When the attendees arrive, there will be a big board in which everyone can add their sessions to it. This works in the same way as a FooCamp or BarCamp.
If you would like to come along, head over to the website and add yourself to the Attendees Page. We hope to see you there!