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]


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

Booth Personal


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: 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]


  • 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!


  • Current event report arrives soon.



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