OggCamp 11 – it’s happening

There have been so many people who have asked us, since we first started to talk about it in January, when this year’s OggCamp is going to be. Since the first hour of the first OggCamp in 2009, people have wanted it to be an annual event, assuming or presuming that it would just happen. But that’s not the case. There are so many details that we have to work out before we can tell people about it (and a myriad more over the ensuing months). And, OK, it took us longer to get it sorted than we would have liked this time round. But none of that matters now. Because…

OggCamp 11 is happening on the 13th and 14th August 2011 at the Farnham Maltings, Farnham Surrey

OggCamp is the biggest and best community-run FLOSS conference in the UK. And because it’s an unconference, you can make it the event you want it to be. Want to bring along some cool stuff to show off? Do it! Want to tell people about something that you’ve been thinking about? Come along and offer a talk!

You can find out more from the website and if you can come, sign up on the eventbrite page for free: http://oggcamp11.eventbrite.com/ Download the latest Linux Outlaws or Ubuntu Podcast episodes to find out more. Spread the word and let’s make this the best darn event this side of Wolverhampton!

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    1. […] OggCamp is also something I’ve not experienced, but have heard a little about it from the likes of @tonywhitmore. I have registered to attend the summer meeting nearby in Farnham this summer. Before the event arrives, I’ll need to think about what I want to achieve. Since I’m less technical than I used to be, I don’t really expect to be getting stuck into any really deep discussions about Linux or open source coding. However, I hope there will be enough interest from others to talk about the place of open source in the enterprise, how we reached this position, and what is required form us as community members to maintain our successes. […]