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Schedule FOSDEM 2020
Keynotes

FOSSH - 2000 to 2020 and beyond!

maddog continues to pontificate
Janson
Jon 'maddog' Hall
maddog reviews the past twenty years of FOSSH, and dares to predict the next twenty years.

Last year maddog gave a talk about computer science and FOSSH from 1969 to the present, but compressing fifty years of computer science into fifty minutes (OK, maddog took more time) was hard.

This year maddog will be talking about the twenty years leading up to today and making projections (always dangerous with maddog, because they often come true) into the future.

With only another fifty years to cover, maddog may actually stay within his time slot, but bring a beer (just in case).

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