Free software:
Discover or contribute

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Friday to Sunday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

The UbuCon is an unmissable event for people who contribute to Ubuntu free software and the projects that surround it. This meeting takes the form of a programme of presentations and technical workshops, but open.

Discovery and support

Saturday and Sunday, 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Ubuntu stations with multiple flavors and free access, Ubuntu-fr volunteers to answer your questions, and an “install party” to accompany you in the migration to Ubuntu. A Youth area with early learning games, network games and initiation to programming, allows you to come with your family.

Three evenings, a concert!

Thursday 7 p.m . : Genie d'Alex

Friday 8 p.m .Au Meltdown

Saturday 7 p.m . :Au Génie d'Alex...
concert !Kickban !

Follow the event

  • https://www.linkedin.com/groups/47066

Some speakers

Alan Pope

Talk: Snapcraft - Auto-build and publish software for any Linux system or device

Alan has been a user of Ubuntu and active contributor to the project since 2006. He's held numerous leadership positions within the Ubuntu project. He's recently worked in supporting new users, reviewing code, testing applications and mentoring new users and developers. Currently Alan splits his time between Snap Advocacy and Community Management. Alan likes cats.

  • http://popey.com/
  • http://wimpress.org/

Martin Wimpress

Talk: Ubuntu MATE 17.10 Preview, and Workshop: Snapcraft

Passionate open source advocate, Linux enthusiast and Podcaster. Lives in England, with his wife and daughter. Works for Canonical making Ubuntu and Snapcraft.

Anca Luca

Talk: Open Food Facts and Open Beauty Facts, open data in the kitchen and in the bathroom

Passionate (web) programmer, open source & free software fan, currently putting all these in XWiki

  • https://twitter.com/lucaa
  • http://thinkonbytes.blogspot.com

Marcos Costales

Talk: Make your libre project a success!

Marcos Costales is one of the developer of uNav, a very active Ubuntu community member and the host of many ubuntu & linux podcasts.

Dustin Kirkland

Keynote: Let's Talk about the Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Roadmap!

Dustin Kirkland leads Product Management at Canonical for Ubuntu, from the Cloud to IoT commercial offerings. Dustin loves spending time with his wife, Kimberly, and his two daughters, Camille and Corinne. In his spare time, Dustin enjoys brewing beer and making wine.

  • http://blog.dustinkirkland.com
  • https://didrocks.fr

Didier Roche

Talk: Ubuntu 17.10 et le passage à GNOME Shell

Didier Core Ubuntu Developer, technical leader of the ubuntu Desktop Team working at Canonical since 2010. He is a member of multiple teams like the archive admin team, main inclusion reviewers…

Marius Gripsgard

Talk: UBports

Creator and Lead developer for UBports

  • https://mariogrip.com
  • http://bonjourapril.fr


Talk: Promouvoir et défendre le Logiciel Libre!

Bookynette est aprilienne et animatrice du groupe de travail transcriptions. Elle apporte en outre par l'organisation régulière de pique-niques une convivialité bienvenue dans l'association April.

  • Serps tracker


Talk: SEO going forward

Charlie is the founder of a popular serp checker website, helping businesses track their search engine rankings. With a background in digital marketing and SEO, he has a wealth of knowledge to share about optimizing online presence. John is a dynamic and engaging speaker, known for delivering practical and actionable insights.

The 'libre' and open to source event of the year 2017

After Germany, France was designated to host the 2nd edition of UbuCon Europe.

  • Cloud
  • Server
  • Desktop
  • Mobile
  • IoT

Ubuntu is an open source software platform that runs from the cloud, to the smartphone, to all your things

From the Roissy Charles-de-Gaule airport (CDG):
RER B (-> Gare du Nord) + Metro 5 (-> Gare de l'Est) + Metro 7 (->Porte de la Villette).
From the Orly airport (ORY):
If you arrive at West Terminal use the "Orlyval" to join Sud Terminal.
Tram T7 (-> Villejuif - Louis Aragon) + Metro 7 (->Porte de la Villette).
From the Beauvais airport (BVA):
TER (-> Gare du Nord) + Metro 5 (-> Gare de l'Est) + Metro 7 (->Porte de la Villette).
From any train station:
There are many international train station in Paris. You might want to select "Paris all station" in the destination field so it will match automaticly regarding your deparure station on https://en.voyages-sncf.com/en/.
By car, bicycle, on foot... See OpenRouteService

Some additional information can be found at ubucon.org.

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