Bringing people together: The Mini-DebConf Barcelona
Mar 10, 2014: Friday evening drinks
Mar 3, 2014: Do you want to be a volunteer?
Feb 22, 2014: How to get there
Friday evening drinks at Falstaff Bar, from 20:00
Attendees, let us know you're coming and Register Now
On the 15th and 16th of March, Barcelona will host a Mini DebConf with both talks and social events, to which everyone in Debian is invited but the speakers in the talks are all people who identify themselves as female. We consider this important to:
The idea behind the conference is not to talk about women in free software, or women in debian, but rather to make discussion about Debian subjects more inclusive for women.
The weekend of March the 15th and 16th.
And Friday, March 14th, evening drinks at Falstaff Bar, from 20:00.
We are proud to announce that the event will be celebrated in Facultat de Matemàtiques of Universitat de Barcelona, an historical building in Barcelona center, sponsored by Càtedra de Programari Lliure.
More information in Venue page.
Help us in the organization and logistics by registering in the wiki.
We have assembled a very interesting set of talks, appealing both to newcomers and to old time Debian Developers, with well known speakers as well as speakers that will be given their first talk outside of their local LUG. It promisses to be a very exciting weekend!
Some information about all the available options to get the venue in How to get there wiki page.
Some ideas to find accommodation in Accommodation wiki page.
Nice places to eat close to the meeting in Food wiki page.
If you are planning to come with kids, please visit Kids wiki page.
We are still raising funds to cover the costs of running the conference and to offer travel sponsorship to people who cannot pay for it. Please, consider donating any amount you can, everything helps! Crowdfunding campaign page
If you want to attend the conference, but are unable to cover the costs, please contact us! We don't have a big budget, but we will make our best to help. Naturally, priority will be given to participants who have an accepted talk.
Contact the team on the public mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org or find us on IRC on public channel #debian-bcn2014 at irc.debian.org.
We are also doing regular meetings.