The 13th USENIX Symposium on Operating Systems Design and Implementation (OSDI ’18) which will take place October 8–10, 2018, at the Omni La Costa Resort & Spa in Carlsbad, CA. OSDI brings together professionals from academic and industrial backgrounds in what has become a premier forum for discussing the design, implementation, and implications of systems software.
SdNOG is a non-profit group that provides an open forum to be used by any interested member from the Internet Community in Sudan, to exchange technical information and expertise in inter-networking. It is managed and organized by group of volunteers with the aim of capacity building and technology development. SdNOG -5 will include 3 days of technical workshops and 2 days of plenary talks including a FreeBSD Workshop by Foundation Board member Philip Paeps. The Foundation is pleased to be a Supporting Organization.
The sixth annual OpenZFS Developer Summit will take place September 10-11, 2018 in San Francisco. As with previous years, the goal of the event is to foster cross-community discussions of OpenZFS work and to make progress on some of the projects that have been proposed. This 2-day event consists of a day of presentations and a 1-day hackathon. The FreeBSD Foundation is pleased to again be a Silver Sponsor.
The 27th USENIX Security Symposium brings together researchers, practitioners, system administrators, system programmers, and others interested in the latest advances in the security and privacy of computer systems and networks.
The 2018 Cambridge FreeBSD DevSummit (BSDCam) will take place August 15-17, 2018, in Cambridge, UK. The event is run “un-conference style” in that we brainstorm the actual session schedule on the first morning, with a focus on interactive topics that reflect the interests and exploit the knowledge of the attendees.
Join the FreeBSD Project at the 2018 Linuxhotel Hackathon and DevSummit, taking place August 10-12, 2018, in Essen, Germany. The weekend hackathon is a great opportunity to fix bugs, commit code, tinker with devices, discuss new ideas, try out new things, and improve FreeBSD. This year, it will be conveniently held before BSDCam, so developers who are traveling to Europe can arrive early and spend the weekend hacking before heading to Cambridge.