OSOL Conference Szeged 2012

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Fedora Events: Free Software Conference at Open Source Lab of Szeged, Hungary

The Free Software Conference (Hungarian: Szabad Szoftver Konferencia) is an one day event, celebrated after one month the world's Software Freedom Day at Szeged's IT Center - with a broad scope at users, beginners, developers, administrators and companies. It features huge amount of talks, presentations and workshops as well.

When and Where

  • The event date: 21. Sept. 2011
  • The event will be held from 9 AM till cca. 7 PM.
  • Opening ceremony is at approx. 9:15 AM.
  • OSOL Lab - Educational and IT Center of Szeged.
  • Address: Ady square 10., 6722 Szeged [1]

Parking

  • It is confirmed that we could have free parking slot under the IT Center.

Booth Personal

Booth

We need:

  • Space
  • 2 meter short table
  • 2 chairs
  • Electricity
  • Fully equipped and prepared talk rooms (Projector, and so on)
  • Stand Up Roller + the usual SWAG

Catering

  • Catering: Will be included freely for speakers (Thanks to ULX, local hungarian JBOSS distributor)


Our Talks

  • Calling for papers has started
  • Our talks are submitted, but awaiting more
  • We have 20 minutes slots, so choose wisely the theme - time runs out quickly. English is not a blocker, but hungarian is the preferred. But if you plan to make an talk else as hungarian, do it in english.


Free Software Conference - OSOL Szeged Official Poster [2]

Status

  • Preparation ongoing
  • Slots are not yet confirmed: all submissions can be change and re-scheduled.
  • You have register yourself if you would like to attend, or to be a talker - the event owner gladly help you to fill this gap. End of registering is Sept. 10.
  • With this, they are trying to reduce time loss with eg. screen setup, and keep talks flow as written.

Look for us if you are in Hungary, near to Szeged!

Reports

  • Current event report arrives soon.

Pictures

History

  • Last year at 2011 was an great success, and we would like to continue the tradition.