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openSUSE.Asia Summit 2017: Call for Sponsorships

July 28th, 2017 by

The openSUSE.Asia Committee is seeking sponsors for the fourth edition of openSUSE.Asia Summit. The summit will take place in Tokyo, Japan, from Oct. 21– 22, 2017. With more than 100 attendees every year, we expect the trend to follow suit. Our attendees are home, power and business users. Sponsorship covers facility and travel costs.

We aim to provide a free platform for users, contributors, and developers. The summit fosters relationships across open source enthusiasts. Attendees take this opportunity to learn about different modern technologies and share their experiences. Sponsorships show your appreciation for our community. It is also a great way to

  • Promote your products in the community.
  • Business can promote their solutions / services to our community and stakeholders through business tracks.
  • Sponsors can promote their products / services through
    • openSUSE.Asia Summit website.
    • Printed materials advertising the event.
    • Summit welcome package.
    • Promotional advertising visible throughout the event location.
    • Other community events that we attend  to promote openSUSE.Asia summit.
    • Sponsors can also request a booth to highlight their products and businesses.

Contact opensuse-asia-17-contact@googlegroups.com no later than 15th of September, 2017. The sponsorship prospectus is available at:

English https://bitbucket.org/ftake/opensuse-asia-17-jp/raw/master/sponsor/call-for-sponsorship-en.pdf

Japanese

https://bitbucket.org/ftake/opensuse-asia-17-jp/raw/master/sponsor/call-for-sponsorship-ja.pdf

openSUSE.Asia Summit 2017 Tokyo: Call for proposals is open

July 7th, 2017 by

 

openSUSE.Asia Committee calls for proposals of talks for openSUSE.Asia Summit 2017 held at the University of Electro-Communications on October 21 and 22.

Please refer to the following announcement for the detail of openSUSE.Asia Summit:

https://news.opensuse.org/2017/06/30/opensuse-asia-summit-2017-tokyo-japan/

The speakers are eligible to receive sponsorship from openSUSE Travel Support Program (TSP). Even if you live away from Tokyo, please consider applying for the event.

Topics

openSUSE.Asia Summit 2017 will invite talks relevant to openSUSE and additionally topics like FLOSS security, LibreOffice and Linux desktop since openSUSE is a collection of various FLOSS products. The examples of the topics (not limited to) are as the following:

  1. openSUSE
    • Open Build Service, OpenQA
    • YaST
    • Linux kernel, File system, …
    • Virtualization and container
    • Embedded and IoT
    • Other software running on openSUSE
  2. FLOSS Security
    • Access/Integrity control (e.g., AppArmor, IMA, Audit)
    • Cryptography
    • Vulnerability management
  3. LibreOffice
    • Writer, Calc, Impress, …
    • Open Document Format
  4. Linux Desktop
    • Desktop environments and applications
    • Graphics and multimedia
    • Multilingualization support (e.g., Input methods)

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openSUSE.Asia Summit 2017 Tokyo, Japan

June 30th, 2017 by

It is our great pleasure to announce that openSUSE.Asia Summit 2017 will take place at the University of Electro Communications, Tokyo, Japan on October 21 and 22.

openSUSE.Asia Summit is one of the great events for openSUSE community (i.e., both contributors, and users)  in Asia. Those who usually communicate online can get together from all over the world, talk face to face, and have fun.  Members of the community will share their most recent knowledge, experiences, and learn FLOSS technologies surrounding openSUSE.

This event at Tokyo is the fourth in openSUSE.Asia Summit. Following the first Asia Summit in Beijing 2014, the Asia Summit has been held annually. The second summit was at Taipei in Taiwan, then in Yogyakarta in Indonesia last year. The past Asia Summits have had participants from China, Taiwan, India, Indonesia, Japan, and Germany.

Goals

The goals of openSUSE.Asia Summit 2017 are

  1. Attracting more attention to openSUSE and developing community in Japan by bringing the enthusiasm of Asian community.
  2. Giving Asian community members opportunity to extend the area of their activities from their country/region to the whole world.
  3. Boosting openSUSE.Asia Summit to be a real Asian/global summit by inviting participants from other countries and regions.

Pre-announcement of call for proposals

openSUSE.Asia Summit 2017 will soon call for proposals of talks. There will be three kinds of talks: 30 minutes and 15 minutes oral presentations and 2 hours workshops.

  • If you are not good at English, it works in the local language (Japanese).
  • If you don’t live in Tokyo, you still have a chance to participate. The openSUSE Travel Support Program will offer up to 80% of your travel cost.
    https://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Travel_Support_Program

We will announce the details at //news.opensuse.org as soon as it is decided. Please prepare for your presentations and wait for it.

At the end

This event is one of  the great opportunities for openSUSE community. See you in Tokyo — a center of Japanese economy and industry, with subcultures including manga and anime.

Have a lot of fun…

openSUSE Asia Summit 2016 opens up event registration

August 9th, 2016 by

openSUSE.Asia Summit is a 2 day event hosted every year in different regions of Asia to promote openSUSE and open source.  Hosting a variety of  workshops, talks and a hackathon, openSUSE Asia summit is expecting over 400 participants. Attendees will learn how to use openSUSE and incorporate it in their personal as well as professional lives. They will also understand the dynamics of the openSUSE project and meet the openSUSE contributors and board.

In addition, we have chance to learn free and open technologies, to share experiences with each other, and most of all, have fun at the Summit, and, in beautiful tropical scene of Yogyakarta region (a travel guide for you coming soon). In previous years openSUSE.Asia Summit has been held in Beijing, China in 2014 and National Taipei University of Education,Taipei / Taiwan, Republic Of China 2015.

Full schedule can be found at  https://events.opensuse.org/conference/summitasia16/

Dates 1st & 2nd October, 2016
Address: Convention Hall UIN Sunan Kalijaga, Yogyakarta
Jl. Laksda Adisucipto Yogyakarta 55281
Price
IDR 50K – for students
IDR 100K – for professionals

Facilities

  • Goodie bag
  • T-Shirt
  • Merchandise
  • Certificate
  • Lunch and Snack

How to pay for the ticket

Account holder’s name: Yan Arief Purwanto
Bank Central Asia (SWIFT Code: CENAIDJA)
Account number: 445 088 9143

Please send the confirmation email along with the ticket and transfer receipt in the attachment to:
yan@yanrf.com

Call for the Host of openSUSE.Asia Summit 2016

March 8th, 2016 by

The openSUSE.Asia organization committee is inviting proposals to host the openSUSE.Asia Summit during the later half of 2016 (July to the middle of October). The openSUSE.Asia Summit is the largest annual openSUSE conference in Asia and is attended by over 400 contributors, enthusiasts from all over Asia

The event focuses primarily on the openSUSE distribution and its applications for personal and enterprise use. It brings together the openSUSE community in Asia to provide a forum for users, developers, foundation leaders, governments and businesses to discuss both the present technology and future developments.

Past Summits

The last openSUSE.Asia Summit was held in Taipei, Taiwan in 2015. The Summit’s preference is to find new locations each year as we spread openSUSE throughout Asia, and we are looking for local organizers to rise to the challenge of organizing an excellent openSUSE event. We need individuals and communities to get together and organize a successful openSUSE.Asia Summit. The openSUSE.Asia organization committee assists throughout the  proces. You can learn more about openSUSE.Asia Summit at the following web sites:

Proposals for openSUSE.Asia Summit 2016

For those of you who are interested in hosting the next openSUSE.Asia Summit in 2016, you are invited to submit a formal proposal to the openSUSE.Asia organization committee. The deadlines for the proposals are as the following:

  • March 31th: Registration on the host candidates
  • April 30th: Submission of the proposals

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Call for papers for openSUSE Conference starts tomorrow

January 14th, 2016 by

openSUSE Conference CrowdopenSUSE is pleased to announce a call for papers for the openSUSE Conference 2016 (oSC16) taking place in Nuremberg, Germany.

The dates for submission will be Jan. 15 through April 15. The 90-day plus period is plenty of time to submit a proposal, but don’t wait until the late minute.

Presentations can be submitted in one of the following formats

  • Lightning Talks (10 mins)
  • Short Talk (30 mins)
  • Long Talk (60 mins)
  • Workshop (3 hours)

There are tracks listed for the conference. While these tracks might be refined, people should submit proposals even if they don’t think it fits into one of the tracks.

A Program Committee will evaluate the proposals based on the submitted abstracts and the accepted proposals will be announced no later than May 15.

There is also a few summits combined with this years conference schedule that will interest several open-source users, developers, sysadmins and users.

There will be an Own Cloud Summit, Kolab Summit, Kernel Summit (by SUSE Labs) and Salt Stack Summit during the four-day event.

Volunteers who would like to participate on the Program Committee or the Organizing Team for the conference should email ddemaio@suse.de.

Visit events.opensuse.org for more information about oSC16.

openSUSE builds bonds in Asia summit

December 15th, 2015 by

The openSUSE.Asia Summit brought people from all over Asia together for one purpose; to share knowledge about open source development and to inform attendees of community initiatives and progress with project developments.

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The summit, which took place in Taipei, Taiwan, Dec. 4 – 6, even had a release party for openSUSE Leap 42.1 that was co-hosted with Ubuntu.

Mr. Mohammad Edwin Zakaria, IT and Linux consultant, traveled from Indonesia to present how schools there are using the openSUSE Education project to enhance educational quality and equality.

Kenny Chen, a contributor from Taiwan, provided a hands-on experience at the summit by teaching attendees about using High Availability Clusters with openSUSE.

Ben Chou, a Software Engineer from SUSE’s Quality Assurance team in Taipei, discussed continuous integration and the capabilities of using Jenkins.

Dominique Leuenberger, who traveled from Switzerland, provided a presentation about the complexities of building the fast paced, updated versions of openSUSE Tumbleweed using controls to eliminate the risk of breaking users systems.

Michal Hrusecky, who is on the openSUSE board, traveled from Czech Republic to provide the keynote speech for the second-annual summit and updated the attendees about the progress of the openSUSE project.