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The openSUSE Conference 2022 was held as an hybrid event at Z-Bau in Nuremberg and Online June 2 - 4, 2022. https://events.opensuse.org/conferences/oSC22
The openSUSE Virtual Conference 2021 took place from June 18 - 20, 2021, online. The COVID pandemic did not allow for a physical conference.
The openSUSE + LibreOffice Conference 2020 (oSLO twitter#oSLO2020) was October 15 - 17, 2020 and took place online. It was originally scheduled to take place at the Z-Bau in Nuremberg, Germany, but the COVID pandemic did not allow for a physical conference.
The openSUSE Conference 2018 (oSC18 twitter#oSC18) took place in May 25 - 27, 2018 at the the Faculty of Information Technologies of Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic.
Find the recorded videos here: Youtube/openSUSEtv/oSC18
oSC15 brought together a wide variety of Free and Open Source contributors to collaborate on one of the major Linux distribution projects. In exciting talks, workshops and social events we bring alive the openSUSE slogan "Have a lot of fun".
Find out about more on the conference website.
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- Aug 12, 2022: New Kernel, HarfBuzz Versions update in Tumbleweed— email@example.com (Douglas DeMaio)
- Aug 03, 2022: Work Group Shifts to Feedback Session— firstname.lastname@example.org (Douglas DeMaio)
- Jul 27, 2022: MicroOS Install Workshop, Feedback Sessions Planned— email@example.com (Emily Gonyer and Douglas DeMaio)
- Jul 26, 2022: Community to celebrate openSUSE Birthday— firstname.lastname@example.org (Douglas DeMaio)
- Jul 20, 2022: Community Work Group Discusses Next Edition— email@example.com (Douglas DeMaio)
The hashtag for the conference is #oSLO2020
The openSUSE Conference would not be possible without our sponsors.
The openSUSE community is a global community contributing to the openSUSE project in an effort to promote the use of openSUSE, Linux, and FOSS worldwide. Development in all areas relies on voluntary contributions. Friendly interaction and open collaboration is encouraged in an environment of cooperation, across cultural backgrounds and different levels of expertise, where innovation flourishes and the boundaries of FOSS are expanded.
The openSUSE conference is the annual openSUSE community event that brings people from around the world together to meet and collaborate. The organized talks, workshops, and BoF sessions provide a framework around more casual meet ups and hack sessions. A party here and there provides the time to relax and have fun, making connections on a more personal level.
Great reasons to sponsor the openSUSE Conference
The event is organized by volunteers, who dedicate their time and effort to create one of the outstanding FOSS events of 2021, promoting collaboration and presenting new technologies. All sponsors funds are used for the conference.
As a sponsor you enable the content to be free of charge for everyone.
Enable those contributors with financial constraints to attend the event through openSUSE Travel Support Program in the future.
Gain visibility to people involved and interested in information technology and FOSS.
Financial support for the openSUSE conference from sponsors is invaluable and crucial for the success of the event. While the countless hours extended by volunteers to orchestrate the event provide the atmosphere and framework for the conference, commercial sponsorship provides the necessary financial backing. The financial support by our sponsors allows us to allocate funds for the venue, create marketing material, secure keynote speakers, and assist those that contribute to openSUSE but with some financial constraints to attend the conference.
That aside, sponsors can participate in the Conference by having a booth, and help organize social events to increase both the conference atmosphere and visibility, as well as their own.
Sponsorship Package View the sponsorship prospectus here.
We offer partnership options to enhance the conference atmosphere. As a sponsor, your logo and name will be connected to the conference and be placed on the event's web page, among other items viewable at the conference.
Depending on the partnership options, the costs range from €500 to €2500.
Financial and support needs for the openSUSE conference from sponsors is invaluable and crucial to the success of the event. Commercial sponsorship provides the necessary financial backing for the countless hours volunteers give to orchestrate the event, which enhances the atmosphere and framework of the conference, .
Additional arrangements are always possible and we look forward to discuss options that meet your specific needs. View the sponsorship prospectus.
For questions contact:
Local contact Douglas DeMaio openSUSE Virtual Conference ddemaio at suse.de +49 173 587 6923
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