meetBSD is the biggest and the best technical conference in Poland devoted to open source solutions based on BSD systems
The meetBSD 2007 conference will take place in Warsaw from November 17th to 18th.
meetBSD is a periodic conference devoted to UNIX like operating systems with a strong emphasis towards BSD family, open source projects and people connected to them. The main principle of meetBSD is its strict technical character and high level of lectures. The conference is dedicated to BSD professionals as well as to people that would like to start their adventure in the “really free” world of BSD.
High level of lectures is being appreciated by both participants and organizers. Year by year meetBSD is getting bigger and more popular – also abroad. Organizers try to exploit that fact and that is the main reason for having more and more guests from foreign countries. Thanks to this participants have a chance of getting acquainted with the ideas, projects and people being directly involved in the development process of BSD.
As for now the following lecturers from abroad announced their presence:
- Brooks Davis, FreeBSD Core Team member, (USA)
- Christian Brueffer, FreeBSD committer, (Germany)
- Philip Paeps, FreeBSD committer, (Belgia)
- Matt Olander, iXsystems, (USA)
- Kris Kennaway, FreeBSD committer, (Australia)
Lecturers from Poland:
- Pawe? Jakub Dawidek, FreeBSD committer, (Warszawa)
- Dominik Hamera, Jakub Klausa (Wroclaw)
- Adam Bartman, Rafa? Grzebyk (Wroclaw)
- Rafa? Jaworowski (Krakow)
- Slawek Zak (Warszawa)
- Jan Srzednicki (Krakow)
It is advised that you register as soon as possible if you’re interested since the number of participants is limited. In previous years all tickets were sold out before the official registration deadline!
For more details and registration please visit www.meetBSD.org
The BSD Conference in Turkey is over now. Diomidis Spinellis, a FreeBSD committer since 2003, wrote about the conference on his blog
This has been a wonderful experience. The conference’s location, the Rectorate of the Marmara University, (SultanAhmet, Istanbul), was impressive, and near many even more remarkable sights, the guesthouse of the University were extremely convenient, and the conference’s program was had many interesting talks. The translators did a superb job translating from and to Turkish. Our hosts organized our day to the last detail, taming successfully the difficulties we encountered from the city’s sometimes chaotic traffic and the daunting (to us) public transport.
Although I’ve been a (fairly undistinguished) FreeBSD committer since May 2003, at the conference I met for the first time face to face other fellow members of the FreeBSD project: Pawel Dawidek, the person behind the port of the ZFS file system to FreeBSD, and Kris Kennaway, who presented the impressive progress that the release of FreeBSD 7.0 represents.
Read the whole post here: International BSD Conference in Turkey
AsiaBSDCon is a conference for users and developers on BSD based systems. The next conference will be held in Tokyo, in March of 2008. The conference is for anyone developing, deploying and using systems based on FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, DragonFlyBSD, Darwin and MacOS X. AsiaBSDCon is a technical conference and aims to collect the best technical papers and presentations available to ensure that the latest developments in our open source community are shared with the widest possible audience.
AsiaBSDCon 2008 – Tokyo University of Science, Tokyo, Japan – 27-30 March, 2008
The EuroBSDCon 2007 Conference was held in Copenhagen, Denmark, from 14 to 15 September.
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BSDConTR is the first conference on BSD systems in Turkey.
BSDConTR is organized in cooperation with Marmara University and EnderUNIX Software Development team, which is largely known as its ongoing support for BSD systems in Turkey, and its open source projects, the conference will be held on October 20th and 21th in Goztepe campus of Marmara University, Istanbul, Turkey.
FreeBSD core team member Robert Watson, from OpenBSD Project Marc Balmer and Diomidis D. Spinellis, author of “Code Reading” book, will be attending the conference as guest speaker.
The conference is organized in full cooperation with Marmara University and EnderUNIX Software Development team, which is largely known as its ongoing support for BSD systems in Turkey, and its open source projects, the conference will be held on October 20th and 21th in Goztepe campus of Marmara University, Istanbul, Turkey.