Brussels / 3 & 4 February 2018

schedule

Community devroom


09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Saturday Community DevRoom Welcoming Remarks Italy: the most hacker-friendly country?
Developers Italia, what happens when a nation goes Open
Media 101 for Communities Software Philanthropy for Everyone
Engaging corporate philanthropy in free and open source software
Why we're creating a Contributor Relationship Management System Community Karoke Passing the Baton: Succession planning for FOSS leadership What community can learn from marketing
Community isn't marketing but there are things that developer community organisers can learn from marketing.
You’ve Got Some Explaining to Do! So Use An FAQ! Technical Writing for Non-Writers A Bug in Your Ear
Patching the People Side
XWiki: a case study on managing corporate and community interests
14 years of Open Source in a Small Co.
Moby Project and Docker Inc — Balancing community and corporate needs Asynchronous Decision Making - why and how
How Asynchronous Decision Making works and why it's essential
Analyzing developers network in a community Why People Don't Contribute To Your Open Source Project Cooperative Communities
Do we really have to set up a new community for every cause?
Community DevRoom Concluding Remarks
Event Speakers Start End

Saturday

  Community DevRoom Welcoming Remarks Laura Czajkowski, Leslie Hawthorn 10:30 10:45
  Italy: the most hacker-friendly country?
Developers Italia, what happens when a nation goes Open
Riccardo Iaconelli 10:50 11:15
  Media 101 for Communities Brian Proffitt 11:20 11:45
  Software Philanthropy for Everyone
Engaging corporate philanthropy in free and open source software
Kevin P. Fleming 11:50 12:15
  Why we're creating a Contributor Relationship Management System Jeremy Garcia 12:20 12:45
  Community Karoke Laura Czajkowski, Leslie Hawthorn 12:50 13:25
  Passing the Baton: Succession planning for FOSS leadership VM (Vicky) Brasseur 13:25 13:50
  What community can learn from marketing
Community isn't marketing but there are things that developer community organisers can learn from marketing.
Matthew Revell 13:55 14:20
  You’ve Got Some Explaining to Do! So Use An FAQ! Rich Sands 14:25 14:50
  Technical Writing for Non-Writers Tanja Roth 14:55 15:20
  A Bug in Your Ear
Patching the People Side
Deb Nicholson 15:25 15:50
  XWiki: a case study on managing corporate and community interests
14 years of Open Source in a Small Co.
Ludovic Dubost 15:55 16:20
  Moby Project and Docker Inc — Balancing community and corporate needs Amir Chaudhry 16:30 16:55
  Asynchronous Decision Making - why and how
How Asynchronous Decision Making works and why it's essential
Bertrand Delacretaz 17:00 17:25
  Analyzing developers network in a community David Moreno 17:30 17:55
  Why People Don't Contribute To Your Open Source Project Mike McQuaid 18:00 18:25
  Cooperative Communities
Do we really have to set up a new community for every cause?
Regina Sipos 18:30 18:55
  Community DevRoom Concluding Remarks Laura Czajkowski, Leslie Hawthorn 18:55 19:00