Join Fedora at FOSDEM 2021

Every year in Brussels Belgium the first weekend of February is dedicated to the Free and Open source Software Developers European Meeting FOSDEM This is the largest open source developer-oriented conference of the year. As expected the conference is going online for the 2021 edition which gives open source enthusiasts from everywhere the opportunity to attend. You can participate with the Fedora community virtually too.

The Fedora Project has a long history of attendance at FOSDEM since 2006 and 2021 will not be an exception. Every year a team of dedicated volunteers advocates and ambassadors staff a booth hand out swag and answer questions related to the Fedora Project. Although we will miss seeing everyones faces in person this year we are still excited to catch up with friends old and new.

FOSDEM 2021 will be held on February 6th amp 7th and we expressly invitenbspyounbspto stop by our virtual booth check out whats new in Fedora and what is planned for the upcoming year. The Fedora Project has its own web page where you can join us and find out what we have planned for the FOSDEM weekend Visiting a FOSDEM stand this year is little different. Heres how you can participate with the Fedora community.

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