Nextcloud is honored to have the following keynote speakers at our Conference.
In the weekend of September 16 and 17 we have a program full of talks and workshops to provide a chance to learn and improve coding skills on and around Nextcloud.
|09:00||Opening and registration|
|14:00||Panel session: Trust, transparency, together|
|16:30||Workshop: How to build your own app|
|17:15||Workshop: Contributing to Collabora Online|
|19:00||Party time! 🎉|
|09:00||Opening and registration|
|14:00||Panel session: How to contribute?|
|15:30||Workshop: OpenAPI and Neon|
|16:15||Workshop: Encryption Recovery Tools|
|17:00||End, coding time!|
from September 18-22
After the 2-day Nextcloud Conference, we continue with our famous Contributor Week at the same location, MotionLab.Berlin! From September 18-22 we collaborate on Nextcloud improvements in design, functionality, stability, performance and features. It is a unique opportunity for developers to dive deep into the codebase, exchange ideas, and work closely with other Nextclouders.
The atmosphere is vibrant and collaborative, fostering an environment of learning, growth, and innovation. By the end of the week, participants not only have gained invaluable experience but also made significant contributions to the Nextcloud project, helping to shape its future.
Contributor Week at the Nextcloud conference is a celebration of open-source collaboration, fostering a strong sense of community and collective effort.
We share code, thoughts, inspiration, beer and knowledge, working in areas like:
We invite you to submit a proposal if you want to present or share anything related to data privacy and Nextcloud. Your proposal should be simple and short: Just tell us in a few words about what you want to share with other Nextclouders.
The deadline for the Call for speakers is August 18th. If your talk is accepted, you’ll receive a confirmation from us. After that, you have time until the 4th of September to submit a draft of your slides!
See you at #NextcloudConf 💙
Diversity strengthens a community. The Nextcloud Include initiative helps underrepresented groups to join the Nextcloud project, building an inclusive and diverse space where we collaborate and develop world-class software.
We want to support participants from underrepresented groups in Open Source to join Nextcloud Conference by sponsoring part or the whole of their transportation and accommodation costs.
Please note that we can only offer travel support to a limited amount of our community members, so keep in mind that if we help cover your costs, the costs of another community member who may need it more than you can’t be covered – only request travel support if you need it! If you want travel support, please fill out the form.
Mark your calendars and get ready to join us for an unforgettable Nextcloud Conference in the fabulous MotionLab.Berlin!
To get to our venue MotionLab.Berlin, the most convenient way is to take public transport by bus or S-Bahn. The closest S-Bahn station is Treptower Park. The easiest way to enter is via Jordanstrasse, 3rd entrance. To your left, you will find Hall 20 – MotionLab.Berlin.
Upon your arrival, there will be some signs to help guide you.
There is free street parking available but it can fill up. Bikes, scooters, etc. can be parked in the commercial yard, The Bouché-Höfe.
The Nextcloud Conference is an annual event that brings together Nextcloud enthusiasts, contributors, developers, users, and industry experts from around the world. We look forward to the conference and we hope to see as many of you as possible!
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