FOSDEM 2014: just megainspired!
FOSDEM (Free and Open source Software Developers’ European Meeting) is a non-commercial, volunteer organized European event centered around free and open source software development. It is aimed at developers and anyone interested in the free and open source software movement. It aims to enable developers to meet and to promote the awareness and use of free and open source software. FOSDEM is held annually during the first weekend of February at the Université Libre de Bruxelles Solbosh campus, situated in the southeast of Brussels, Belgium and easily reachable by public transport from Brussels-Central railway station.
If you are working on promoting the adaptation of free open source software just as I am, FOSDEM is the place you should participate at least once in your lifetime. This year I had the super awesome opportunity to travel once again in Brussels to participated at the mecca of the FLOS community in Europe as a Mozilla Representative from Albania along with fellow rep Elio Qoshi. We helped the Mozilla team establish a presence there and also answered lots of questions from the visitors of the kiosk.
The organization was amazing, the people I met were cool (to say at least) and the experience is a must have! There will be also videos from the conference availabe online soon so be sure to check fosdem.org from time to time if you are interested. Here are some moments from three amazing days full of geeks, community and free open source software.
Can’t wait for FOSDEM 2015!