Although Open Source 101 (which will be held for the first time in Charlotte, North Carolina on Thursday March 23) targets those new to open source, veteran open sourcers can find benefits from attending, too.
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With SCaLE getting ready to celebrate its 20th birthday in a few weeks, we decided to take a deep delve into one of the best known community-focused Linux conferences.
According to Red Hat's CEO, pandemic caused logistical changes such as remote working were already a part of the open source ecosystem, which has helped put FOSS further ahead of the curve moving forward.
The Linux Foundation's premiere North American event is scheduled to be staged June 21-24 in Austin, Texas. The event will also be live streamed for viewing at home.
Although All Things Open’s Meetups have returned to being in-person events focused on a local and regional audience, conference organizers this week announced a Meetup in May that will be virtual only, therefore available worldwide.
With Fedora's release party scheduled for May 12-14, and now Ubuntu planning a release party for 22.04 on May 1, it looks as if next month is going to be party month in the land of Linux.
Although Richard Stallman seemed to be absent from this year's LibrePlanet event, the Free Software Foundation has announced he will be livestreaming his "The State of the Free Software Movement" talk on April 13th at 2 p.m. Eastern Time.
More than 40 speakers from various open source fields will be giving presentations online on March 29th at Open Source 101, a single-day open source conference hosted by All Things Open.
In typical LibrePlanet fashion, even though forced online for the third year in a row by the pandemic, it remained true to its commitment to software freedom by streaming the event using only free and open source software.