Fri 5 Nov 2010
Join us at FOSDEM 2011 to be a part of our sessions where we’ll discuss the state of Free Java!
Our theme is “Java Sans Frontières”
- Why Free Java technology is awesome
- Standing on the Shoulders of Free Java
- The future of Free Java
The Call For Participation is OPEN NOW, but closes on 3rd December…
So send in a talk proposal today and join us in Brussels 5-6 February!
- Engage in scintillating discussions with smart hackers over world famous Belgian Beer
- Join the Web of Trust by getting your strong new key signed
- Indulge in exquisite chocolate
- Visit historic Brussels within walking distance
Why the Free Java DevJam?
- This is the most significant non-commercial, neutral environment for Java developers to meet
- Learn how to get involved in technical Free Java projects
- We will not shy away from politics (especially this year)!
- We will get together for an awesome dinner!
- You will meet historic hackers in the evolution of Free Java
Please join the firstname.lastname@example.org list for general discussion about the event.
To submit a formal Talk Proposal follow the guidelines at
- Andrew Haley:
GCJ Maintainer, GNU Classpath, IcedTea & OpenJDK Developer
- Andrew John Hughes:
IcedTea & GNU Classpath Maintainer, OpenJDK & GCJ Developer
- Tom Marble:
Java Libre hacker, Former OpenJDK Ambassador
- Christian Thalinger:
OpenJDK developer, former CACAO Maintainer
- Mark Wielaard:
GNU Classpath Maintainer, GCJ, IcedTea & OpenJDK contributor