Tiki Fest Fosdem 2019


FOSDEM is a free event that offers open source communities a place to meet, share ideas and collaborate.

It is renowned for being highly developer-oriented and brings together 5000+ geeks from all over the world.»
Jyhem has attended for 6 years in a row and confirms that it's huge, it's chaotic, it's fun, and well worth attending.

Most of everything is in English.

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Last year!


In Brussels:
FOSDEM 2 (from 9:30 to 19:00) & 3 February (from 9:00 to 18:00) 2019

JMAP, Pàdé, Converse, Elasticsearch, and Tiki presented at FOSDEM


FOSDEM will take place at the ULB Solbosch Campus, Brussels, Belgium, Europe, Earth.


Enjoy the event, visit the stands, get in touch with other open source software projects, attend talks, try out belgian beers, etc…

No stand application this year due to lack of interested people.

Possibly meet and stay earlier or later for Tiki-related discussions or coding or experience sharing.


People confirmed

  • Jean-Marc Libs (the organizer) (Tiki)
  • Torsten (Tiki)
  • François Jortay (I live in Brussels ...)
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Person arrival departure stays at comments
Jean-Marc Libs Friday 1st by train, 15h47 Bruxelles Midi sunday evening in the TorstenMobile studio at "les citadines Sainte Catherine"
Torsten ? sunday evening in the TorstenMobile studio at "les citadines Sainte Catherine"
François Jortay - - I live in Brussels ...

People interested

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There will be a « Collaborative information and content management applications » developer room at Fosdem.
The Call For Proposals is running until dec, 10th : https://www.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Main/Events/Fosdem2019/DevRoom/CFP/
The devroom was accepted and will happen on saturday afternoon, feb 2nd 2019.

Wait for the Call For Participation on the devel mailing list and think about topics you would like to talk about.

  • Conferences topics:
Talks performed in this room could deal with the specifics of a project in term of ecosystem (plug-ins, extensions, connectors, …), in term of distribution (i.e. : how the application is distributed to be used by most people) or explain how the project responds to use cases related to the theme of the room. Here is a list of potential subjects that could be used :

  • New projects presentation
  • Self-hosted platforms
  • Secure collaboration
  • Collaborative applications
  • Connectors & Integrations
  • Knowledge management techniques
  • Protocols for collaboration
  • Jyhem's suggested topic: « Easy setup of a wiki-based knowledge management system using Tiki »
  • Maybe someone can propose to present a more elaborate tracker-based setup for knowledge management?