We’re excited to announce that the Nextcloud community will be meeting at the TU Berlin from September 16 to 22 for a week of talks and coding around the next generation private cloud technology. You can already subscribe to our Conference Newsletter and follow what’s going on on our forums. We’ll open our call for papers soon!
The DFN Forum “Cloud”, a collaboration of Universities around cloud technology, has invited us to have a Nextcloud Conference at the familiar Technische Universität Berlin, “Hauptgebäude” building, who’s main entree is at Strasse des 17. Juni 135, 10623 Berlin.
Together with these universities we’d like to continue to push technologies like Federated Cloud Sharing and other innovations forward.
Our philosophy is to make this a get-stuff-done event. So be sure to bring your laptops as we’ll do what we do on github every day: discuss how to make Nextcloud better and then write code to implement what we came up with!
Focus will be on coding, design & front end work and testing. Obviously the social side of things is important, too, so there’ll be a chance for a beer, bratwurst* and good conversation.
We want this to be an event where everybody building on and with Nextcloud is invited, that includes partners and friends working on things like Collabora Online Office, Spreed.ME, WD Labs/Raspberry Pi boxes, our friends at GÉANT and OpenCloudMesh, large customers and everybody else who likes to help push private cloud technology forward.
* of course we will provide plenty of non-alcoholic, non-meaty alternatives
To make this a real community event, we’d like to invite you to participate! We will organize and plan the event on our forums and you can get involved.
If you’d like to be at the event and hear when we open registration or our call for papers, subscribe to our Conference Newsletter!