[FOSDEM] requirement to start a devroom

Kristoff kristoff at skypro.be
Sat Jul 1 21:31:29 CEST 2017


James,


As Daniel already pointed out, there is quite some open-source 
development in the ham-radio community.


Anycase, my goal is not to make FOSDEM a ham-radio event. There already 
exist quite a few of hamventions so there is shortage of that.


The big difference is that FOSDEM is a DEVELOPER conference, which is -I 
think- something that the ham-radio community does not have. My idea is 
to try to get people together who are involved in actual development of 
open-source ham-radio related software and hardware projects and focus 
the talks on subjects of actual software and hardware development.
As far as I know, this is something that does not yet exist and would 
fit in the idea of FOSDEM.


Hence my qyestion, what are the requirements to start a devroom? Who 
should be contact for this?



Kristoff


On 01-07-17 20:43, James wrote:
> On Sat, Jul 1, 2017 at 1:57 PM, Daniel Pocock <daniel at pocock.pro> wrote:
>> There are also SDR topics that don't involve ham radio.
> Indeed, however for a FOSDEM conference (software) Ham without
> software is just Ham and has no place at FOSDEM. With software it's
> SDR.
>
> All the non-digital radios that most hams use are all proprietary, so
> unless there's suddenly a huge scene for that, I don't think this
> belongs at FOSDEM.
>
> Just my opinion anyways.
>
> Good luck!
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