FUDCon Toronto 2009
Fedora users and developers from around North America and beyond will gather to discuss and shape the next generation of open source technology.
Why attend FUDCon?
- Fedora is a friendly community that welcomes all kinds of participants and which rapidly advances the state of open source software. The community is based on four foundations:
- Freedom (dedication to free software and content)
- Friends (the value of community, consensus, and relationships)
- Features (commitment to excellence)
- First (innovation and advancing the state of open source).
- By getting involved in the Fedora community, you can contribute to a valuable project used by millions of people, while at the same time practicing your skills and learning new ones. Fedora is a huge project, with many ways to get involved.
- Are you a system administrator? You can help create tools, develop and improve processes, and maintain the infrastructure to build over 12000 software packages and distribute 24 petabytes of data each release, or help shape the way that Fedora works.
- Are you a programmer? There are millions of lines of code being maintained, integrated, packaged, and tested. There's opportunities both big and small, from fixing bugs to writing tests to creating new features, in a wide variety of programming languages.
- Are you just getting started with Fedora? There will be plenty of sessions -- especially on Saturday -- geared towards Fedora users, from beginner to advanced level.
- This is a great opportunity to meet and work with top open source developers face to face without expensive travel.
OPS235 Report - Bonus
If you are in OPS235, see the FUDCon Toronto 2009 OPS Bonus page.
Please register for FUDCon on the Fedora wiki. It's completely free. Registrations that were previously recorded on this page have been moved to the Fedora wiki.