Nextcloud will rock FOSDEM for another year! Are you ready?

Awesome news!

Like past years, in February 2020 we will be present at Fosdem and again we will host a booth, along with our friends from DAVx⁵ and ONLYOFFICE this time! Even our friends from Bareos and Rocket.chat might join, seems fun 😃
People from our team will be there and we hope to have a large presence of our community too!

Come and find us at our booth, ask what’s awesome about nextcloud and what’s coming next! Collect some Nextcloud or “who owns your data” stickers, cool swag and find out more about our future events, latest news and open source friends!

Event: FOSDEM

Location: ULB Solbosch Campus in Brussels, Belgium

Booth: H builing

Dates: February 1-2

Find more information about the event here.

Help us at the booth!

The previous years we had teams of over a dozen enthusiastic volunteers to present our project to the thousands of visitors and this year, we hope to have an even bigger and cooler presence. We’re always very happy to have a large team of volunteers there, which allows us to be literally everywhere at the event! Would you like to help us? Find out more here.

Booth location & talks

Usually stands are located in three buildings on the campus: the upper and lower corridors of the K building, the lower floor of H and the corridors of AW. The list of stands with their location will be available on the FOSDEM website. We will update you with the exact location once we know it 😉 and we will list here all the talks from our community as soon as we’ll know more about those!

Talks

Saturday

Sunday

If you’ll present a talk related to Nextcloud, shoot us an email to events@nextcloud.com with the details (title, short description) and we’ll add it to this post 🙂

Happy FOSDEM everyone!

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