DebConf11 - Debian Conference 2011
Debian Conference is the annual Debian developers meeting, an event filled with coding parties, discussions and workshops - all of them highly technical in nature. Previous Debian Conferences have featured speakers from around the world. They have also been beneficial for developing key Debian software components, including the new Debian Installer, and for improving Debian's internationalisation.
Development teams like debian-installer and debian-edu also have the possibility of meeting beforehand for undisturbed collaborative work at the Debian Camp.
Meanwhile, decision-makers interested in discovering the benefits of Free Software and Debian users are invited to attend Debian Day on 24 July. This day will be open for broader public and the schedule includes presentations of more general interest.
Debian Day kicks off DebConf, is free of charge and open for everybody interested in Free Software. During this event, there will be a full day of talks on several subjects such as free software in government, design and free software, free software advocacy as well as string of talks about the Debian project and operating system.
The submission of papers, presentations, discussion sessions and tutorials for Debconf11 is open until 8 May 2011, 23:59 UTC. Further information may be found on the Call for contributions page while the instructions for the registration process can be found under Registration page.