Enthusiasts and users of the open-source Python programming language will gather in Sydney in August for the two-day PyCon AU, the second such conference to be held Down Under.
PyCon 2010 will take place February 17 to 25 at the Hyatt Regency in Atlanta, Georgia. The conference is organized and run by volunteer Python programmers; the users' perspective governs everything from talk selection to conference cost, making an exceptionally worthwhile conference. Registration is open now, and early-bird registration discounts apply through January 6.
The GNOME Foundation, through Fabiana Simões, announced at the beginning of this month that the upcoming 14th GUADEC Conference for GNOME developers will take place in Brno, Czech Republic between 1-8 August. Being sponsored by Google, Red Hat, Canonical, Collabora, and Igalia, this year's GUADEC Conference will start on August 1, and will end on August 8, 2013.
In August, the Fedora Project held its first Flock conference, a replacement for the North American and European FUDCon (Fedora Users and Developers Conference) events. Flock was a four-day, planned conference with talks, workshops, and hackfests, in contrast to FUDCon's barcamp model.
The GNOME Foundation, through Fabiana Simões, announced at the beginning of this month that the upcoming 14th GUADEC Conference for GNOME developers will take place in Brno, Czech Republic between 1-8 August. GUADEC is a great opportunity for free and open source software experts from all over the world to gather together and share their knowledge.
Mark Shuttleworth and Antonio Rodriguez keynote at PyCon 2010, the world's largest conference of the Python programming community. Over 1,000 Python programmers are gathering now at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Atlanta for for eight days of intensive education, cooperation, and networking.
What is CPOSC?The Central PA Open Source Conference (CPOSC) is a small, low-cost, one-day conference about all things Open Source. It was started in 2008 by a few of the members of the Central PA Linux User Group and the Central PA Ruby Meetup.
Will there be a CPOSC this year?Oh, yes! CPOSC 2013 wil be held on Saturday October 19th, 2013!
The popular GStreamer user and developers Conference is back for the third year, this year going to San Diego in the USA. The conference will take place on August 27th and August 28th. Check
out our conference page for details and the Call for Papers and mark the dates in your calendar. See you in San Diego!