In just a few days, Geekos will kick off the openSUSE Conference in The Hague, Netherlands.
There is much to be excited about for this year’s annual conference. Markus Feilner, a seasoned Linux expert, will open up the conference with a keynote speech in the morning on May 1.
Richard Brown will follow that with a presentation titled “Super Secret SUSE Project”; that’s presentation you’re not going to want to miss.
Later that afternoon, Aaron Seigo will have his keynote speech, which is bound to be equally intriguing.
There will be four rooms used during the event and system administrators will have a chance in one of those rooms try out a new systems management toolkit for Linux from Project Machinery.
The four-day event can be viewed at https://events.opensuse.org/conference/osc15/schedule, but that is not the only schedule for oSC15.
The Kolab Summit will coincide on Saturday and Sunday with oSC15 and Kolab’s Chief Executive Officer Georg Greve will be providing the summit’s keynote speech on May 2.
The schedule for the summit can be viewed at https://conference.kolab.org/kolab-summit/program/schedule.
Having oSC15 together with the Kolab Summit provides a great opportunity for attendees to collaborate and strengthen its existing developers relationship.
There will be a social event on Saturday and Sunday and a good sources tells me there will be some openSUSE Beer at the event.