The openSUSE Conference 2014 will bring together a wide variety of Free & Open Source contributors to collaborate on one of the major Linux distribution projects.
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The end user track provides the opportunity for the power users of any application to share their knowledge and share tricks they apply to get the most out of the apps they use. Sessions include, but are not limited to, applications, desktop environments, multimedia solutions and games.
The business track provides the opportunity for those that use openSUSE and/or FOSS in their business to describe the unique challenges they face. This includes, but is not limited to, issues and solutions of interfacing with regulatory institutions, other business, staff training, and changing technology course.
Community & Project
This track will focus on project and community activities. Including, but not limited to, project governance, marketing, artwork and advocate reports. These sessions will discuss some of the unique challenges that an Open Source Community faces. Follow this track if you have ideas that can help our community be stronger.
Technology & Development
This track will focus on system technology and distribution development. Including, but not limited to, software packaging, development/testing/debugging tools/practices/methods. Infrastructure software, deployment strategies and monitoring. These sessions will help you to gain understanding of the many tools we use when developing for the openSUSE distribution and other exciting projects.
This track includes all events that all the oSC14 participants should attend. Including, but not limited to, keynotes, project meetings, parties and the like.
The Un-Conference is created by the oSC14 visitors. There is a whiteboard at the entrance where anyone who wants to initiate a discussion, talk, or workshop on a topic can claim a time and a space.