EuroOSCON 2006: Open and Connected

The 2006 O'Reilly European Open Source Convention has ended.

Keep up-to-date with news on the convention, photos, presentations, and more.

Open source is one facet of a larger revolution in commercial and social life which can all be traced back to the inherently open nature of the Internet. At this year's EuroOSCON, we're taking OSCON's winning formula of practical sessions from innovators, and applying it beyond pure source code.

EuroOSCON is where business people, coders, decision makers, lawyers, entrepreneurs, artists, and policy makers using, creating, and managing free (libre) and open projects gather to learn about best practices, strategic issues, and coming changes.

Featured Speakers Include:

Charles Lamb
Charles Lamb
Oracle
Peter Saint-Andre
Peter Saint-Andre
XMPP Standards Foundation
Matt Asay
Matt Asay
Alfresco Software
Jeff Waugh
Jeff Waugh
Gnome/Waugh Partners

EuroOSCON 2006 will feature the projects, technologies, and skills that you need to write and deploy killer modern apps.

Tracks at EuroOSCON will be conducted in English and will include the following tracks and topics:

  • Media: video, audio, BitTorrent
  • Mobile: wifi, handsets, Bluetooth, sensor web, USB keychains, embedded systems
  • Management: deployment, measurement, identity, analytics, security
  • Browser/Web: Ajax, web back end, Flash, components
  • Services: APIs, web services, REST, SLAs
  • Open Culture: data under Creative Commons, rights, remix, mashups
  • Open Business: startups, funding, business models
  • Open Source: governance, licenses, patents, social
  • Open Society: government, law, surveillance, education
  • Cybernetics: AI, dynamic systems, biomimicry, CHI

News, Articles, Weblogs, and Photos from EuroOSCON 2005