Open Source Developers' Conference,
26-28 February, 2006, Netanya, Israel
Latest News
2006 March 1 The conference is over. We are collecting the pictures from everyone who took some and the slides from the speakers.

Featured Speakers
Hot Topics
Larry Wall
author of Perl
Audrey (autrijus) Tang,
author of Pugs
Details
Date:26-28 February 2006
Times:09:00-17:00
Location:Netanya Academic College
Price:between 140-650 NIS (see details on the participation fee and payment page)
Registration:registration is now open

Mailing lists
The conference has two mailing lists.
Subscribe to OSDC Israel News list to receive our announcements. Even if you cannot attend this conference you should register not to miss the next one.

Use the OSDC Israel Discussion list if you have any questions, want to arrange transportation to and from the conference or want to find a place to stay during.

Structure
The conference will last for 3 days with 3 parallel tracks of presentations. Presentations will be given in either Hebrew or English, depending on the speaker's preference (the language will be listed in advance).

About
The Open Source Developers' Conferences (OSDCs) are grassroots symposia originating from Australia. The conference tries to bring together the users of various OS technologies such as Perl, Python, Ruby, Tcl, PHP, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Subversion and more.
The Israeli OSDC is organized by the Israeli Perl Mongers and the Israeli Python user group with the help of HaMakor the Israeli NPO for the advancement of Free and Open Source software in Israel.
Our aim is to bring together practitioners, scholars, students, programmers, researchers and managers from different areas to discuss their views on various aspects of the Open Source technologies, to share knowledge and to have fun while doing so.
Similarry to the original OSDC in Australia, the Israeli conference also grew out of the local Perl conference, YAPC::Israel. Prior to OSDC::Israel::2006 there were three successful YAPC::Israel conferences between 2003 and 2005.

 

 

 

 

 

Please send comments, questions etc. to the organizers.