Please help us to maintain a current list of forthcoming conferences/events so that we can see(in date order which events are forthcoming)
Ubuntu UserDays, between releases
Ubuntu Developer Summit, about a month before a release
UbuntuDeveloperWeek, about a month before a release
UbuntuGlobalJam, about a month before a release
UbuntuOpenWeek, about a week after a release
OpenDataDay, February every year
SoftwareFreedomDay, September every year
UCAday: Ubuntu Community Appreciation Day, 20 November every year
UbuntuSDKDays is an online event where a number of app developers and Ubuntu SDK creators will get you started writing apps for Ubuntu on multiple devices.
Ubuntu Touch Core Apps Hackdays, an event in which computer programmers and others involved in software development, including graphic designers, interface designers and project managers, collaborate intensively on software projects
(Please add any events regarding Ubuntu below here)
Lindependence 2008: July 28-August 4, 2008
Lindependence 2008 introduces the town of Felton, California, to Linux and FOSS programs so they can go "Microsoft free" for a week with the intention for most (if not all) of them to remain on the proverbial Linux side of the digital fence.
Throughout the month of July -- the first two meetings have been scheduled for Sunday, July 13 and Tuesday, July 15, "town meetings" and installfests will take place to familiarize those who wish to participate in the project, with the week of digital freedom starting on July 28. The first two meetings on the 13th and 15th will be held at the hall at the Felton Presbyterian Church, 6090 Highway 9, in Felton; the Sunday (7/13) event is from 3 to 7 p.m. and the Tuesday (7/15) event is from 6 to 10 p.m.
Updates on other meetings throughout July will be posted here.
Ubuntu's participation in this project would be a vital component, and members of the California Ubuntu LoCo are welcome and urged to participate in this project.
More information can be found here. For further information, contact Larry Cafiero of HeliOS Solutions West by e-mail at lcafiero-at-gmail.com or by calling 831-335-7303.
FLISOL 2007 : April 28 2007
The FLISOL (Latin American Festival of Installation of Free Software) is the great event of diffusion of Free Software in Latin America. It is made from year 2005 and its main objective is to promote the use of free software, presenting its philosophy, its reaches, advances and development to the public in general.
For such aim, the diverse local communities of free software (in each country, in each city/locality), simultaneously organize events in which it settles of gratuitous and totally legal way, free software in the computers that take the assistants. In addition, in parallel form, they are offered to char them, communications and factories, on the thematic premises, Latin American nationals and around Software Libre, in all his range of expressions: artistic, academic, enterprise and social.
FLISOL 2007 will take place the day Saturday 28 of April.
Chaos Communication Camp 2007 : August 8th to 12th 2007
The Chaos Communication Camp is an international, five-day open-air event for hackers and everybody who is interested in technology, society, creativity and freedom.
Bring your computer and your tent. You can join one of the villages or bring your own projects to the Camp. We provide you with the necessary camping infrastructure, power and internet.
Aus our world is getting more and more complex, gaining and sharing knowledge is key to survival. There is a need for free, unlimited exchange of ideas and concepts. The Camp is a place to do just that.
Source: Backside of the Campflyer
more Information at http://events.ccc.de/camp/2007/
May (3. - 6. May 2006) in Wiesbaden See [EventsInGermany]
FOSDEM, Brussels-Free and Open source Software Developers European Meeting
Software Freedom Day: Sept 10th 2005
SoftwareFreedomDay is an annual, global event intended to increase public awareness of Free and Open Source Software.
The first SFD was celebrated on August 28, 2004. Over 70 registered volunteer teams distributed several thousand "SFD Packs" in more than 20 countries around the world. Each SFD pack contained a copy of TheOpenCD and a SFD-branded version of KNOPPIX.
We're currently planning for SFD '05, and Ubuntu Live discs will be ideal for public distribution. SFD '05 has the potential to make a huge impact on the public awareness of FOSS, and it will be a great opportunity to increase Ubuntu mindshare as well. Here is how to get involved, and here is where you can sign up to start your own SFD team.
Please see the Software Freedom Day website for more information.
[MataroConference] Mataró (near Barcelona), Catalonia, Europe