Fedora users in APAC are heading to Pune, India

Every year, Fedora users and developers in the Asia Pacific (APAC) region meet up at the annual FUDCon (Fedora Users & Developers Conference) to learn how to do get more out of Fedora, and plan the future of our OS. This year, the APAC FUDCon is being held in the city of Pune, India from June 26 to June 28 2015, and everyone is invited to attend this free event.

FUDCon Pune 2015 is being held at the Maharashtra Institute of Technology, College of Engineering in Pune, India. The conference schedule features 13 hands-on workshops, 36 technology deep dives, and 3 specialized tracks and allows Fedora users and contributors to connect with fellow open source enthusiasts and learn about the latest technologies and projects available from The Fedora Project.

 Talks at FUDCon Pune 2015

The schedule at FUDCon Pune this year features a wide range of topics from many different speakers, including talks and workshops on: the new package manager in Fedora 22 (DNF),  Android development on Fedora, using Vagrant for DevOps, a workshop on Inkscape — the open source vector graphics editor, multiple OpenStack talks, a talk on Internationalisation, and many more talks covering even more Open Source projects and technologies.

Can’t make it to Pune?

Even though you might not be able to make it to FUDCon in person, you can always follow along virtually with many of the talks at this FUDCon being recorded and published on the FUDCon website.

Cover Photo Credit: Cover image uses “Pune City” by cell105 (CC-BY 2.0)

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  1. Ashwin Date

    Seeing that there are a few vacant slots.. Are you still accepting submissions for talks ?

    • The main conference schedule does not have any empty slots, but we have a barcamp track on Days 2 and 3 specifically for such requests. Proposals on Day 1 will be voted on to speak on Day 2 and proposals on Day 2 will be voted on for Day 3. Please come to the event and propose your talk at the venue.

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