Events to visit


#1

Hi… For starters I will list some of the events I will (or might) be going to:

  • linuxday.at (a small very cozy Linux Event in Austria near the borders to Germany and Switzerland)
  • linux presentation day (a huge amount of events spread through quite a bit of Europe during mostly the same day)
  • Chaos Communication Congress, Leipzig, Germany (https://events.ccc.de/tag/34c3/ - probably no more tickets, but arguably the greatest event in the world :wink: )
  • Chemnitz Linux Days, Chemnitz, Germany (one of the biggest Linux events in Germany)
  • FOSDEM, Bruxelles, Belgium (see Wikipedia)

In any case you can ask me t show you around. :wink:


#2

I think they’re on the tail end of their trip but this good info. Wish we had it earlier.

:frowning: next season.


#3

If you decide on visiting FOSDEM, i too plan on being arround there next year.
Also, while in brussels, you should visit the Delirium Bar
They hold one of the worlds best selections of beer. Accros the street Is a place called Floris, that specialises in Abshint and one for whiskey but i dont remember the name.

All three are affiliated to the delirium caffee


#4

Missed opportunities! :frowning:

But definitely again, once it’s warmer…


#5

So you are still in .eu? In this case (and in case of more general interest) I will give you an update on more events: :wink:

2018-04-21 Linux Presentation Day 2018.1 (many places)
2018-04-20 - 2018-06-24 Linuxwochen, Austria (many places)
2018-07-07 - 2018-07-12 RMLL, Strasbourg, France

(there are other more regional ones, but I try to stick to bigger events)

And then there is ReVision on Easter. Worlds biggest Demoparty: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Revision_(demoparty)


#6

That looks super fun!


#7

Next time around, if you are in the UK at the right time, Oggcamp is worth checking out:

"OggCamp is an unconference celebrating Free Culture, Free and Open Source Software, hardware hacking, digital rights, and all manner of collaborative cultural activities and is committed to creating a conference that is as inclusive as possible. If you’ve got a story to tell, no matter your background or current status, whether it’s your first talk or you’ve loads of experience, as long as the talk is connected (somehow) to our theme then we want to know about it. "

Cheers,

Keith


#8

OggCamp is awesome. I’ve been hearing about it since i started listening to Linux Outlaws and Ubuntu UK. It would be pretty cool to visit.