This week is a good week: The registration to the FSFE summit is open! Also you find a first final schedule of our external speakers and all the background information about the idea, the setting and the venue. Please be a bit more patient about our community schedule that is still in process to be finalized.

FSFE summit header

With this blogpost I also like to take the chance to thank the amazing team behind the summit that invested the last weeks of their online-time, coffee-breaks and even their daydreams to offer you an event that is worth for you to come and worth to be the official 15 years of FSFE celebration: pan-European, by the community, old stagers and newcomers, in the heart of Berlin, each day another theme, all talks about technology, freedom and society, social events in the evening, the possibility to meet, share and organise …
and all of this organised in full day schedules, full day catering and also full breaks to network with included entrance to the conferences of Qt Contributors, VideoLAN developers, KDAB and KDE Academy as well …

Special thanks go to Cellini Bedi, who does an awesome job in taking care of our speakers and helping them with their presentation and accommodation. Our translators (of whom I am unsure if they like to be referenced, so I let it be) who translated our summit pages into Dutch, French, German, Italian, Spanish and Albanian. And on this occasion – although the community schedule is not yet published – I can already whistle-blow that there will be a dedicated community sessions for FSFE translators and newcomers at the summit, run by André Ockers. And last but not least Elio Qoshi from ura design who made our beautiful logo and the banner on our summit pages (and header image of this blogpost).


I guess there is no need to clone all the information that you can find on our summit pages. Just a personal tip: Be quick to register and get your ticket, because space is physically limited. If you are a community member, also take your time to read through the registration guide, to make sure you pay the entrance fee that fits you most.

Finally, please help to spread the word: