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Schedule FOSDEM 2022
Conference Organisation

Welcome to the Conference Organisation Dev Room

D.conference
Kyle Robbertze
<p>Introduction and welcome to the dev room</p>

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2/5/22
Conference Organisation
Francisco Picolini
D.conference
<p>Nowadays everyone can run an event (meetup, hackathon, etc), but sometimes we struggle in selecting the right tool to organize it in an effective way. What tools are out there that can help us run any type of event and have impact?. We will do an overview about options, limitations and resources you will need to make a great event.</p> <p>If you are lost trying to choose the right tool for your first online event, this talk is for you. And if you think you know everything about tools and ways ...
2/5/22
Conference Organisation
Kyle Robbertze
D.conference
<p>DebConf has been online for two years using a combination of our in-person infrastructure and new tools. This talk will describe both setups and what has been done to bring DebConf online.</p>
2/5/22
Conference Organisation
Johan Thelin
D.conference
<p>In light of the pandemic, the foss-north conference has gone virtual since 2020. In this presentation we will discuss our live streaming and video recording setup built around OBS, Jitsi and Kdenlive.</p> <p>The talk will discuss what software we are running, how and some behind the scenes info about how we run the live events, as well as how we edit and distribute the recordings post event.</p>
2/5/22
Conference Organisation
Carol Chen
D.conference
<p>I have been organizing open-source related meetups and conferences for more than a decade. The past two years have been exceptionally trying. Any guesses as to why that is? :)</p> <p>In this session, I will share our experiences from the 6 online Ansible Contributor Summits that we have held through 2020-2021. While the virtual platform gave us more flexibility in many ways (such as having 3 events in a year instead of the usual 1), it definitely presented many new challenges as well. From ...
2/5/22
Conference Organisation
Deb Nicholson
D.conference
<p>When you want to see your community grow, running a local event is a great idea. Luckily, many FOSS projects have been down this path, so you won't need to start from scratch. This talk covers the process of running a successful community event, from finding great folks to plan with -- to follow-up for the next event.</p>
2/5/22
Conference Organisation
Johan Thelin
D.conference
<p>The pgeu-system is an integrated system for managing conferences. Originally developed for Postgresql Europe's own conferences, the system has grown into a generic system for managing events, visitors, speakers, sponsors, and volunteers. It integrates the functions such as call-for-papers, managing schedules, invoicing, accounting, and more.</p> <p>In this talk we will do a whirlwind tour of the tool, from the context of the foss-north conference.</p>
2/5/22
Conference Organisation
Wouter Verhelst
D.conference
<p>A technical overview of how the FOSDEM conference is run: the tools we use, the tools we wrote, and the processes we use; both for the in-person version of the conference as well as the online one of which we're doing our second edition this year.</p>