FOSDEM 2010: Call for presentations
The tenth annual Free and Open Source Software Developers' European Meeting (FOSDEM) is scheduled to take place on the 6th and 7th of February, 2010 at the University of Brussels. The KDE Developer Room (DevRoom) organisers have announced that they are now accepting submissions for talks on any KDE related topic. All proposals must be submitted before the deadline of the 3rd of January, 2010. More details about submitting talks, including available times and requirements, can be found on the KDE FOSDEM 2010 wiki.
Other DevRoom organisers, such as the GNOME, PostgreSQL, and X.org developers, are also requesting submissions for talks. A list of confirmed 2010 DevRooms, including talk proposal deadlines, is available on fosdem.org.
Attendance at FOSDEM is free and prior registration is not necessary. This year's sponsors include O'Reily, Google, Facebook and Cisco. Details of last year's FOSDEM event can be found in the "FOSDEM 2009 - Surviving the crisis with open source" feature.
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