[FOSDEM] [CFP] Friends of OpenJDK DevRoom 2022

Geertjan Wielenga geertjan at apache.org
Sun Dec 5 12:16:22 UTC 2021

Hello friends of OpenJDK,

We're excited to announce that friends of OpenJDK (foojay.io), that is,
developers who use OpenJDK on a day to day basis developing tools and
technologies in languages such as Java and Kotlin, will be virtually
represented again at FOSDEM 2022 at the Foojay DevRoom!

For reference, the program we put together last year is available here:


We can't wait to connect with you all on the 5th and 6th of February 2022
online. Here you can find the CFP (Call For Papers) for submitting your
talks, giving you the opportunity to deliver a talk during the Foojay
DevRoom. The DevRoom will take place online on Saturday and Sunday, the 5th
and 6th of February 2022.

Join us to enjoy a full two days of talks, demos, and interesting
discussions about what developers around the world are doing with the

1. How to submit

We welcome any talk proposals about OpenJDK-related tools and technologies.
We are looking for proposals for 25 minute talks (suggested 20 minute talk
+ 5 minute Q&A). We invite authors to submit original, high-quality work
with sufficient background material to be clear to the community. All
presentations will need to be pre-recorded and put into our system by
January 15th.

Your presentation will be streamed the day of the event and we will run the
Q&A just after. By submitting a talk you agree to be available the day of
the event to participate in the live Q&A. Please be aware of the fact that
DevRoom talks at FOSDEM will be made available online afterwards. The
recordings will be published under the same license as all FOSDEM content
(CC-BY). By agreeing to present at FOSDEM, you automatically give
permission to be recorded.

Submissions must include:

- Abstract
- Expected prior knowledge / intended audience
- Speaker bio
- A contact so we can reach out to you the day of the event
- Links to code / slides / material for the talk (optional)
- Links to previous talks by the speaker (optional)

Please submit through Pentabarf here
https://penta.fosdem.org/submission/FOSDEM22. When submitting your talk in
Pentabarf, make sure to select ‘Friends of OpenJDK devroom' as the 'Track’.
Create a Pentabarf account if, and only if, you don't already have one from
a previous year; please double check if you have an account you can reuse!
If you have any issues with Pentabarf, do not despair and please contact us
(see below).

2. Important dates

- Call for papers available: 6 December 2021
- Call for papers closes: 27th December 2021
- Devroom schedule available: 15th January 2022
- Devroom day: Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th February 2022 (10:00 to 17:00)

Are you excited for the Friends of OpenJDK DevRoom? Submit your talk
proposal and we look forward to seeing you online!

3. Code of conduct

Following the release of the updated code of conduct for FOSDEM, we'd like
to remind all speakers and attendees that all of the presentations and
discussions in our devroom are held under the guidelines set in the CoC and
we expect attendees, speakers, and volunteers to follow the CoC at all

FOSDEM CoC can be found online here:

4. Call for Volunteers

We are also looking for volunteers to help run the devroom. We need
assistance with helping speakers to record the presentation as well as
helping with streaming and chat moderation for the devroom.

Please join the #fosdem channel
on Foojay Slack to participate.

5. Contacts

Please reach out to us on the #fosdem channel (
if you have any question about the DevRoom, the submission process, or

The devroom is organized by individual developers involved in foojay.io,
which includes individual developers from organizations such as Azul,
Datadog, DataStax, Gluon, Hazelcast, JFrog, Lightrun, Payara, and Snyk.

On behalf of the organisers,

Geertjan Wielenga
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