The Linux Foundation Announces Open Source Summit + Embedded Linux Conference 2021 Will Move From Dublin, Ireland to Seattle, Washington

Calls for Speaking Proposals close June 13OSPOCon and Linux Security Summit will also move to SeattleAll events will take place September 27 October 1.

SAN FRANCISCO April 27 2021 The Linux Foundation the nonprofit organization enabling mass innovation through open source announced today that Open Source Summit Embedded Linux Conference 2021 along with Linux Security Summit and OSPOCon will take place in Seattle Washington USA from September 27 October 1.

Earlier in the year it was announced that instead of separate North America and Europe editions of Open Source Summit Embedded Linux Conference OS Summit ELC only one would be held in 2021 located in Dublin Ireland. The decision to move these events from Dublin Ireland to Seattle Washington USA has been made due to the current state of vaccination rates in Europe and upon review of past attendee survey results regarding where and when they would feel comfortable traveling this year.

OS Summit ELC will be held in a hybrid format with both in-person and virtual offerings to ensure that everyone who wants to participate is able to do so.

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