FOSDEM 2020 - call for participation is out

The FOSDEM call for participation is out

https://fosdem.org/2020/news/2019-08-13-call-for-participation/

are there people going from here?

I will be setting up a stand for Eco Hacker Farm, could take stickers and marketing stuff with me for opensource diversity if you like.

If some of you are going I would love to collaborate on sharing a dev room perhaps. We need the space for 2 to 3 hours of content divided into 2 or 3 sessions.

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Cool stuff! I’ll be traveling so not going to be there, but I’m pretty sure @jonatoni @evalica and more are going! :slight_smile:

My plan is to be there as well :smile: I will take some Open Source Diversity stickers, but I’m not sure about devroom because a lot of interesting topics about D&I were part of the community devroom this year.

Awesome, I’ll be at FOSDEM 2020 too!

And CHAOSScon Europe 2020 (the day before FOSDEM).

I didn’t know about CHAOScon :smiley: I will check it out too

The CHAOSScon website will be at: https://chaoss.community/chaosscon-2020-eu/
To get an idea for what the conference will be like, the previous conferences can give you an idea. We also have several talks with videos.

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Hello! Yes, I’ll be attending FOSDEM for the first time and I’m hoping my lightning talk about Dataverse (the open source project I work on), is accepted. :slight_smile:

I’m planning on attending some events organized by Open Source Design (@jan, it’s a bummer you can’t make it!) but I would love to meet @aimeejulia @jonatoni @GeorgLink and any others who are interested in diversity in open source!

CHAOSScon Europe 2020 looks very interesting but I’ll sadly miss most of it since my flight doesn’t land until noon that day. Will there be any talks from CHAOSS Diversity and Inclusion working group? If so, what time? Is there any chance for an evening event where we could talk about diversity? I’m very impressed with CHAOSS after hearing a talk by Matt Germonprez and Sean Goggins at an open source health workshop we hosted at Harvard in June and there’s a good chance we’ll be using Augur in the future.