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Berlin, Germany :: June 26 - 28, 2009

For questions, please contact the primary owner of the event, Max Spevack.

General Information

FUDCon Berlin 2009 is being held in conjunction with LinuxTag 2009.

  • Wednesday June 24 to Saturday June 27 -- LinuxTag.
  • Friday June 26 to Sunday June 28 -- FUDCon.
Make sure you pre-register for the event.
Sign up here!
Hotel information is now available.
See here!
Do you want to be a speaker at FUDCon or LinuxTag?
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Add a BarCamp session!
ANYONE can give a session, including you! Just pick a topic that you are passionate about, and speak.
Session Name Description Owner
Session Name Description Owner


Add a hackfest!
ANYONE can run a hackfest, including you! Just pick a topic near and dear to your heart which you'd like to improve with a little elbow grease.
Session Name Session Leader General Plan
Wireless Summit John W. Linville Mini-summit with community wireless developers
Transifex Dimitris Glezos Developer sprint: Translators and developers get together, report their wishlists for Tx and quickly develop as many of them as possible.
RPM Fusion Thorsten Leemhuis Discuss ideas how to make RPM Fusion better and start to realize them
Statistics Fabian Affolter Make some progress with metric and statistics for Fedora. Search for new approaches, ideas, and workflows.
Session Name Session Leader General Plan


FUDCon is located at Messe am Funkturm, Berlin, Germany.

Daily Schedule

Tuesday, June 23 - Thursday, June 25

Fedora will be at LinuxTag2009, which is at the same location as FUDCon. If you want to come early and attend some of LinuxTag, please see the LinuxTag 2009 page.

Most FUDCon attendees will want to arrive on Thursday at the latest, since FUDCon starts on Friday morning.

Friday, June 26

Schedule TBD.

Saturday, June 27

Schedule TBD.

Sunday, June 28

Schedule TBD.

Information for attendees


Sign up for your hotel room here.


  • Airplane
  • A lot of low cost airlines (like easyJet, RyanAir, AirBerlin, etc.) are flying towards Berlin.
  • Airports: Berlin-Tegel, Berlin-Schönefeld
  • Train
  • Berlin is well connected with the German (international) train system. Most train stations are furthermore stations for the subways and/or S-Bahn.
  • Bus
  • Central Bus Station (Zentraler Omnibusbahnhof) is located at Messedamm 8, 14057 Berlin-Charlottenburg
  • Car
  • All highways lead in the 'highway circle' around Berlin ('Berliner Ring', A 10).

Check out the Survival Kit for detail about public transportation.