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FOSDEM 2014 – MySQL & Friends Devroom


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FOSDEM14As every year in February, in Brussels, the FOSDEM will take place!
And as every year, the MySQL Community will also be present! For the 3rd year in a row, I have the honour of organising the MySQL & Friends Devroom.

Let’s start with the most important information: FOSDEM 2014 will be held February 1 and 2.
This year instead of Sunday, the MySQL & Friends Devroom will be on Saturday from 9 a.m. and will finish with
the Community Dinner (more information related to the dinner will come later).

The “Call for Papers” has been announced on the MySQL mailing list, you can still read it here.
CfP is open until December 6th!

This year the committee responsible for the talk’s selection is composed by:

  • Andrew Morgan, representing Oracle
  • Colin Charles, representing MariaDB/SkySQL
  • MC Brown, represneting Tungsten
  • Daniël van Eeden for the Community
  • Roland Bouman for the Community
  • Cédric Peintre for the Community
  • Kenny Gryp, representing Percona

Thanks to all who have accepted playing these roles and I wish them to work hard and make the best schedule as possible.

Don’t forget to submit your sessions (submit here, don’t forget to select MySQL track) in time and see you soon in Brussels to
talk MySQL and/or have some nice Belgian Beers 😉

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Frederic Descamps

Frédéric joined Percona in June 2011, he is an experienced Open Source consultant with expertise in infrastructure projects as well in development tracks and database administration. Frédéric is a believer of devops culture.



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