Open Source Summit North America 2023
Opens Dec 20 2022 12:00 AM (PST)
Deadline Feb 5 2023 11:59 PM (PST)
Description

May 10 - May 12  | Vancouver, Canada

Open Source Summit is the premier event for open source developers, technologists, and community leaders to collaborate, share information, solve problems, and gain knowledge, furthering open source innovation and ensuring a sustainable open source ecosystem. It is the gathering place for open-source code and community contributors.

Open Source Summit is a conference umbrella, composed of a collection of micro conferences covering the most important technologies, topics, and issues affecting open source today.

Dates to Remember:

  • CFP Closes: Sunday, February 5 at 11:59 PM PST
  • CFP Notifications: Thursday,  March 9
  • Schedule Announcement: Tuesday, March 14
  • Slide Due Date: Friday, May 5
  • Event Dates: Wednesday, May 10 - Friday, May 12    

Open Source Summit North America 2023 Events & Suggested Topics:


LinuxCon
LinuxCon is an event for maintainers, developers and project leads in the Linux community to gather for updates, education, collaboration, and problem-solving to further the Linux ecosystem.

  • Filesystems and Storage
  • Linux Kernel Development (Advanced & Beginner)
  • Mission-Critical, Real-Time, and Long Life Systems (Scientific & Medical)
  • Programming Languages and Toolchains
  • io_uring
  • Tracing
  • Scheduler
  • VFIO/IOMMU/PCI
  • Kernel Dependability (static analysis, kcov, kcov triggered fuzzing testing, fuzzing, kmsan, kcsan, kubsan, etc.)
  • System Boot
  • Security
  • Live Patching
  • eBPF
  • RDMA
  • Power Management 
  • Containers
  • Checkpoint/Restart
  • Distribution Kernels & Distros Considerations for Servers, Desktops, etc.
  • Linux on the Desktop
  • Virtualization
  • Networking
  • Performance & Benchmarks
  • Rust

CloudOpen 
CloudOpen provides valuable content across cloud native and cloud infrastructure technologies. It is where cloud developers, engineers and operations teams can discover new tools, projects, platforms and technologies across cloud native and cloud infrastructure.

  • Open Cloud Infrastructure
  • Hybrid & Multicloud
  • Edge Cloud Computing
  • Container-Native Virtualization
  • Container and Infrastructure Security
  • Cloud Native Storage
  • Infrastructure-as-Code
  • CI/CD, Configuration Management
  • Cloud-native Application Development
    • Architectures and Architectural Patterns
    • APIs
    • Testing
    • WebAssembly
  • Cloud-native Developer and Operator Experience
  • Confidential Computing
  • Observability: Metrics, Logging, Tracing, Service Mesh
  • Serverless and Functions-as-a-Service
  • Security, Authentication, and Compliance
    • Policy Agents
    • Supply Chain Management
  • Data Flow Management

ContainerCon 
Containers are revolutionizing the way workloads are automated, deployed and scaled, and ContainerCon is where teams can learn more about why and how to adopt containerization to further automation, portability and efficiency. 

  • Container Runtimes, Management and Orchestration
  • Container Images and Registries
  • CI/CD, Configuration Management, Automation, GitOps
  • Observability: Metrics, Logging, Tracing, Service Mesh
  • Security/Authentication
  • Storage and Databases
  • APIs, SDKs, Frameworks and Libraries
  • Migration and Refactoring
  • Remote and Cloud-based Developer Environments
  • Reproducible Builds and Environments
  • Debugging

SupplyChainSecurityCon
Cybersecurity incidents are among the greatest threats facing organizations today. This event, held in partnership with the Open Source Security Foundation (OpenSSF) and Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), gathers security practitioners, open source developers, and others interested in software supply chain security to explore the security threats affecting the software supply chain, share best practices and mitigation tactics, and Increase knowledge about how to best secure open source software supply chains. Relevant topics include:

  • Measuring Risk of Potential & Already-included OSS
  • Countering Source Code Level Problems
    • Reducing the Likelihood of Vulnerabilities (e.g., eliminating entire classes)
    • Countering Subverted Source Code Control Systems
  • Countering Build Threats
    • Simplifying Verified Reproducible Builds
    • Ensuring Safe Transition from Source Code Control to Build System
    • Countering Compromised Build System
    • Countering Bypassed CI/CD
    • Countering Subverted Package Repository
    • Countering use of Bad Package
  • Countering Dependency Threats
    • Countering use of a Bad Dependency, e.g., Typosquatting and Dependency Confusion
    • Detecting malicious reused software
  • Ensuring users Know, with Confidence, what Software Components (at all tiers) are Included. 

Critical Software Summit 
As open source is found more and more in safety-critical products and infrastructure, the need to ensure dependability and reliability has increased. This event gathers developers focused on solving these issues, to figure out how we can increase the confidence of using OS projects in safety, mission, and business-critical applications.

  • Testing and Hardening
    • Testability and Stability of Products based on Open Source Projects
    • Best Practices for Verification for Dependability
    • Best Practices for Update Policies and Practices
    • Maintainability of Products based on Open Source Projects
    • Automated Regressions and Management of Test Evidence
  • Cyber Security Considerations
    • Best Practices for Improving Software Transparency with SBOMs
    • Best Practices for Vulnerability Classification, Exploitability Assessment, and Mitigations
    • Best Practices for Vulnerability Detection and Reporting
    • Best Practices for Managing Security Incident Responses (PSIRT teams, etc.)
  • Safety-Critical Considerations
    • Safety Considerations when Developing Products based on Open Source Projects
    • Sandboxing and Code Isolation Techniques
    • Management of Security Issues in Safety-critical Applications
    • Best Practices for Working with Certification Authorities
    • Traceability between Requirements, Source, and Testing Evidence

Open Source On-Ramp 
Open Source On-Ramp is the conference for developers that are new to open source. This event provides fundamental teaching in Linux, Cloud, and Embedded Administration and will help attendees gain the skills and understanding they need to further their careers.

  • Kernel Essentials (Beginner)
    • Kernel Basics
    • Linux boot-up Sequence
    • Toolchains and libraries
    • Debugging & Tracing
    • Driver Model and subsystems
  • Linux Administration Essentials (Beginner)
    • Introduction to Working with Open Source Software
    • Achieving Bash Mastery
    • Troubleshooting the Network
    • Monitoring Your System 
    • Tracing
    • Networking Basics
    • Understanding Linux Security
    • Systemd Basics
    • Security Compliance Testing
    • Overcoming Scaling Challenges
    • Introduction to systemd-nspawn
    • Introduction to Xen
    • Introduction to KVM
    • Introduction to virtualization
  • Cloud Administration Essentials (Beginner)
    • Cloud Infrastructure 101
    • Cloud-native App Developer 101
    • Serverless 101
    • Cloud security 101
    • Understanding Containers 101
    • Understanding cloud native projects
    • Introduction to LXD and System Containers
    • Container runtime engines replacing Docker
    • Introduction to Kubernetes
    • Introduction to Software-Defined Networking
    • Introduction to Cloud Foundry
  • Quantum Computing Essentials (Beginner)
    • Programming for Quantum Computers
    • Understanding Quantum Computing Advancements
    • Integrating Quantum Computing into Legacy Environments
    • Quantum Algorithms 101
    • Quantum machine learning (QML) 101

Open AI & Data Forum 
This conference is for the open AI and Data community, and provides a forum to drive open source innovation in the AI, ML, DL, and Data domains by enabling collaboration and learning amongst the community. This event is produced by the LF AI + Data Foundation, and The Linux Foundation.

  • Machine and Deep Learning (Framework, Libraries, Platform, Tools)
  • Reinforcement Learning 
  • Natural Language Processing
  • AI on the Edge
  • Model (Benchmarking, Training, Parameter, Format, Federated Learning, Marketplace, Workflow, Inference, Tools)
  • Notebook Environments 
  • Data (Versioning, Store, Format, Pipeline Management, Stream Processing, Operations, SQL Engines, Feature Engineering, Visualization, Governance, Labeling)
  • Security and Privacy
  • Trusted and Responsible AI (Explainability, Adversarial, Bias, Fairness)
  • DataOps
  • MLOps 

Open Metaverse Summit
Discover the power of open source in the Metaverse. Join the world's leading developers and innovators for an unforgettable experience of learning, collaboration, and exploration at Open Metaverse Summit. Explore the potential of the Metaverse and gain insights into the latest open source technologies and trends. Learn from the best in the industry and connect with the Metaverse community. Don't miss your chance to be part of the future of open source in the Metaverse. Attend Open Metaverse Summit.

  • Authentication, Identity, Ledgering, Wallets, Fintech
  • AI, Agents, Simulation and approach
  • Edge, Cloud, Networking and Data Storage
  • Open Standards and Open source code reference models
  • Scalable Interoperability and Modularity
  • Real world use cases without boiling the ocean 
  • Security, Privacy and proper disclosure
  • Transactions, auditing and receipts
  • Tools for Developing in the Metaverse 
  • Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality 
  • Portable 3D Assets and Animations 
  • Voice and Natural Language Processing 
  • Digital rights, IP ownership, and User-generated content

OpenJS World 
At OpenJS World, attendees collaborate, network, and learn how to use and contribute to JavaScript and web technologies. From frontend to backend, serverless to IoT, there are many opportunities for developers to level up their skills. The program will cover the broad spectrum of the JavaScript ecosystem, including OpenJS Foundation projects and more.

  • Testing
  • Automation / CI/CD
  • Security
  • Development
  • Community Building
  • Performance
  • Open Visualization
  • General

SustainabilityCon
Discover the power of open innovation for a more sustainable future at SustainabilityCon. Join the community of developers, technologists, sustainability leaders and anyone working on technological solutions to decarbonize the global economy, mitigate and address the impacts of climate change, and build a more sustainable future. SustainabilityCon provides a forum to drive open source innovation in energy efficiency and interoperability and clean development practices within industries ranging from manufacturing to agriculture and beyond through collaboration and learning within the community.

  • Data & Process Standards (API)
  • Scheduling energy consumption
  • Electric vehicle charging infrastructure
  • Energy metering and measuring systems
  • Microgrid controllers
  • Power system automation
  • Load forecasting
  • Demand response
  • Energy tracking and attributes
  • Clean Electrification (i.e Clean Hydrogen)
  • Carbon measurement/accounting
  • Measurement, Reporting, and Verification (MRV)
  • Sustainable supply chains
  • Open data & open source software for ESG in finance and investing
  • Climate Hazard Modeling
  • Vulnerability Modeling 
  • Investing in Resilience
  • Portfolio Alignment
  • Transition Analysis
  • Other aspects of green finance
  • Market opportunities

Diversity Empowerment Summit
Diversity and inclusion are hot topics as projects compete to attract more talent to power development efforts now, as well as build their ranks to carry the projects into the future. The Diversity Empowerment Summit (DES) encourages attendees to examine how a variety of perspectives and experiences can create a richer open source community and stronger open source code development. 

  • Strategies for Inclusiveness
  • Diversity Research & Metrics
  • Team Dynamics & Case Studies of Positive Outcomes from Diverse Teams
  • How to be an Ally
  • Mentorship
  • Recruiting & Retaining Diverse Talent
  • Diversity Badging
  • Navigating Inclusivity Roadblocks

OSPOCon
An event for those working in open source program offices (OSPOs) in organizations that rely on open source technologies to learn and share best practices, experiences, and tooling to overcome challenges they face.

  • OSPO Lessons Learned
  • OSPO Compliance and Legal
  • OSPOs and Engineering Effectiveness
  • OSPOs and Supply Chain Security
  • Developer Advocacy and Ecosystem Participation
  • Hosting Projects and Communities
  • OSPOs in Academia and Government

Open Source Leadership Summit

  • Best Practices in Open Source Development / Lessons Learned 
  • Growing, Managing & Sustaining Open Source Projects
  • Security and Risk Management
  • Open Source Governance and Models
  • Certifying Open Source Projects & Compliance
  • Leveraging Open Source Technology, Incentivization and Engagement
  • Software Development Methodologies and Platforms
  • Building Internal Innersource Communities
  • Remote Team Management and Methods
  • Bug/Issue Management and Triage
  • Communication Platforms and Methods; Content Management and Social Media
  • Mentoring and Training
  • Culture, Community Management, Advocacy and Evangelism

Emerging OS Forum 
Focused on the future trends and emerging technologies touching the open source ecosystem, the Emerging OS Forum provides a place for the visionaries and innovators working on the OS projects and technologies of tomorrow to come together to share ideas and collaborate.  

  • New & Emerging Open Source Projects
  • Open Hardware
  • Web 3.0/Blockchain
  • Identity
  • Open Mapping
  • WebAssembly (Wasm)
  • Public Health
  • Unique Applications of Open Source
Apply

Open Source Summit North America 2023


May 10 - May 12  | Vancouver, Canada

Open Source Summit is the premier event for open source developers, technologists, and community leaders to collaborate, share information, solve problems, and gain knowledge, furthering open source innovation and ensuring a sustainable open source ecosystem. It is the gathering place for open-source code and community contributors.

Open Source Summit is a conference umbrella, composed of a collection of micro conferences covering the most important technologies, topics, and issues affecting open source today.

Dates to Remember:

  • CFP Closes: Sunday, February 5 at 11:59 PM PST
  • CFP Notifications: Thursday,  March 9
  • Schedule Announcement: Tuesday, March 14
  • Slide Due Date: Friday, May 5
  • Event Dates: Wednesday, May 10 - Friday, May 12    

Open Source Summit North America 2023 Events & Suggested Topics:


LinuxCon
LinuxCon is an event for maintainers, developers and project leads in the Linux community to gather for updates, education, collaboration, and problem-solving to further the Linux ecosystem.

  • Filesystems and Storage
  • Linux Kernel Development (Advanced & Beginner)
  • Mission-Critical, Real-Time, and Long Life Systems (Scientific & Medical)
  • Programming Languages and Toolchains
  • io_uring
  • Tracing
  • Scheduler
  • VFIO/IOMMU/PCI
  • Kernel Dependability (static analysis, kcov, kcov triggered fuzzing testing, fuzzing, kmsan, kcsan, kubsan, etc.)
  • System Boot
  • Security
  • Live Patching
  • eBPF
  • RDMA
  • Power Management 
  • Containers
  • Checkpoint/Restart
  • Distribution Kernels & Distros Considerations for Servers, Desktops, etc.
  • Linux on the Desktop
  • Virtualization
  • Networking
  • Performance & Benchmarks
  • Rust

CloudOpen 
CloudOpen provides valuable content across cloud native and cloud infrastructure technologies. It is where cloud developers, engineers and operations teams can discover new tools, projects, platforms and technologies across cloud native and cloud infrastructure.

  • Open Cloud Infrastructure
  • Hybrid & Multicloud
  • Edge Cloud Computing
  • Container-Native Virtualization
  • Container and Infrastructure Security
  • Cloud Native Storage
  • Infrastructure-as-Code
  • CI/CD, Configuration Management
  • Cloud-native Application Development
    • Architectures and Architectural Patterns
    • APIs
    • Testing
    • WebAssembly
  • Cloud-native Developer and Operator Experience
  • Confidential Computing
  • Observability: Metrics, Logging, Tracing, Service Mesh
  • Serverless and Functions-as-a-Service
  • Security, Authentication, and Compliance
    • Policy Agents
    • Supply Chain Management
  • Data Flow Management

ContainerCon 
Containers are revolutionizing the way workloads are automated, deployed and scaled, and ContainerCon is where teams can learn more about why and how to adopt containerization to further automation, portability and efficiency. 

  • Container Runtimes, Management and Orchestration
  • Container Images and Registries
  • CI/CD, Configuration Management, Automation, GitOps
  • Observability: Metrics, Logging, Tracing, Service Mesh
  • Security/Authentication
  • Storage and Databases
  • APIs, SDKs, Frameworks and Libraries
  • Migration and Refactoring
  • Remote and Cloud-based Developer Environments
  • Reproducible Builds and Environments
  • Debugging

SupplyChainSecurityCon
Cybersecurity incidents are among the greatest threats facing organizations today. This event, held in partnership with the Open Source Security Foundation (OpenSSF) and Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), gathers security practitioners, open source developers, and others interested in software supply chain security to explore the security threats affecting the software supply chain, share best practices and mitigation tactics, and Increase knowledge about how to best secure open source software supply chains. Relevant topics include:

  • Measuring Risk of Potential & Already-included OSS
  • Countering Source Code Level Problems
    • Reducing the Likelihood of Vulnerabilities (e.g., eliminating entire classes)
    • Countering Subverted Source Code Control Systems
  • Countering Build Threats
    • Simplifying Verified Reproducible Builds
    • Ensuring Safe Transition from Source Code Control to Build System
    • Countering Compromised Build System
    • Countering Bypassed CI/CD
    • Countering Subverted Package Repository
    • Countering use of Bad Package
  • Countering Dependency Threats
    • Countering use of a Bad Dependency, e.g., Typosquatting and Dependency Confusion
    • Detecting malicious reused software
  • Ensuring users Know, with Confidence, what Software Components (at all tiers) are Included. 

Critical Software Summit 
As open source is found more and more in safety-critical products and infrastructure, the need to ensure dependability and reliability has increased. This event gathers developers focused on solving these issues, to figure out how we can increase the confidence of using OS projects in safety, mission, and business-critical applications.

  • Testing and Hardening
    • Testability and Stability of Products based on Open Source Projects
    • Best Practices for Verification for Dependability
    • Best Practices for Update Policies and Practices
    • Maintainability of Products based on Open Source Projects
    • Automated Regressions and Management of Test Evidence
  • Cyber Security Considerations
    • Best Practices for Improving Software Transparency with SBOMs
    • Best Practices for Vulnerability Classification, Exploitability Assessment, and Mitigations
    • Best Practices for Vulnerability Detection and Reporting
    • Best Practices for Managing Security Incident Responses (PSIRT teams, etc.)
  • Safety-Critical Considerations
    • Safety Considerations when Developing Products based on Open Source Projects
    • Sandboxing and Code Isolation Techniques
    • Management of Security Issues in Safety-critical Applications
    • Best Practices for Working with Certification Authorities
    • Traceability between Requirements, Source, and Testing Evidence

Open Source On-Ramp 
Open Source On-Ramp is the conference for developers that are new to open source. This event provides fundamental teaching in Linux, Cloud, and Embedded Administration and will help attendees gain the skills and understanding they need to further their careers.

  • Kernel Essentials (Beginner)
    • Kernel Basics
    • Linux boot-up Sequence
    • Toolchains and libraries
    • Debugging & Tracing
    • Driver Model and subsystems
  • Linux Administration Essentials (Beginner)
    • Introduction to Working with Open Source Software
    • Achieving Bash Mastery
    • Troubleshooting the Network
    • Monitoring Your System 
    • Tracing
    • Networking Basics
    • Understanding Linux Security
    • Systemd Basics
    • Security Compliance Testing
    • Overcoming Scaling Challenges
    • Introduction to systemd-nspawn
    • Introduction to Xen
    • Introduction to KVM
    • Introduction to virtualization
  • Cloud Administration Essentials (Beginner)
    • Cloud Infrastructure 101
    • Cloud-native App Developer 101
    • Serverless 101
    • Cloud security 101
    • Understanding Containers 101
    • Understanding cloud native projects
    • Introduction to LXD and System Containers
    • Container runtime engines replacing Docker
    • Introduction to Kubernetes
    • Introduction to Software-Defined Networking
    • Introduction to Cloud Foundry
  • Quantum Computing Essentials (Beginner)
    • Programming for Quantum Computers
    • Understanding Quantum Computing Advancements
    • Integrating Quantum Computing into Legacy Environments
    • Quantum Algorithms 101
    • Quantum machine learning (QML) 101

Open AI & Data Forum 
This conference is for the open AI and Data community, and provides a forum to drive open source innovation in the AI, ML, DL, and Data domains by enabling collaboration and learning amongst the community. This event is produced by the LF AI + Data Foundation, and The Linux Foundation.

  • Machine and Deep Learning (Framework, Libraries, Platform, Tools)
  • Reinforcement Learning 
  • Natural Language Processing
  • AI on the Edge
  • Model (Benchmarking, Training, Parameter, Format, Federated Learning, Marketplace, Workflow, Inference, Tools)
  • Notebook Environments 
  • Data (Versioning, Store, Format, Pipeline Management, Stream Processing, Operations, SQL Engines, Feature Engineering, Visualization, Governance, Labeling)
  • Security and Privacy
  • Trusted and Responsible AI (Explainability, Adversarial, Bias, Fairness)
  • DataOps
  • MLOps 

Open Metaverse Summit
Discover the power of open source in the Metaverse. Join the world's leading developers and innovators for an unforgettable experience of learning, collaboration, and exploration at Open Metaverse Summit. Explore the potential of the Metaverse and gain insights into the latest open source technologies and trends. Learn from the best in the industry and connect with the Metaverse community. Don't miss your chance to be part of the future of open source in the Metaverse. Attend Open Metaverse Summit.

  • Authentication, Identity, Ledgering, Wallets, Fintech
  • AI, Agents, Simulation and approach
  • Edge, Cloud, Networking and Data Storage
  • Open Standards and Open source code reference models
  • Scalable Interoperability and Modularity
  • Real world use cases without boiling the ocean 
  • Security, Privacy and proper disclosure
  • Transactions, auditing and receipts
  • Tools for Developing in the Metaverse 
  • Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality 
  • Portable 3D Assets and Animations 
  • Voice and Natural Language Processing 
  • Digital rights, IP ownership, and User-generated content

OpenJS World 
At OpenJS World, attendees collaborate, network, and learn how to use and contribute to JavaScript and web technologies. From frontend to backend, serverless to IoT, there are many opportunities for developers to level up their skills. The program will cover the broad spectrum of the JavaScript ecosystem, including OpenJS Foundation projects and more.

  • Testing
  • Automation / CI/CD
  • Security
  • Development
  • Community Building
  • Performance
  • Open Visualization
  • General

SustainabilityCon
Discover the power of open innovation for a more sustainable future at SustainabilityCon. Join the community of developers, technologists, sustainability leaders and anyone working on technological solutions to decarbonize the global economy, mitigate and address the impacts of climate change, and build a more sustainable future. SustainabilityCon provides a forum to drive open source innovation in energy efficiency and interoperability and clean development practices within industries ranging from manufacturing to agriculture and beyond through collaboration and learning within the community.

  • Data & Process Standards (API)
  • Scheduling energy consumption
  • Electric vehicle charging infrastructure
  • Energy metering and measuring systems
  • Microgrid controllers
  • Power system automation
  • Load forecasting
  • Demand response
  • Energy tracking and attributes
  • Clean Electrification (i.e Clean Hydrogen)
  • Carbon measurement/accounting
  • Measurement, Reporting, and Verification (MRV)
  • Sustainable supply chains
  • Open data & open source software for ESG in finance and investing
  • Climate Hazard Modeling
  • Vulnerability Modeling 
  • Investing in Resilience
  • Portfolio Alignment
  • Transition Analysis
  • Other aspects of green finance
  • Market opportunities

Diversity Empowerment Summit
Diversity and inclusion are hot topics as projects compete to attract more talent to power development efforts now, as well as build their ranks to carry the projects into the future. The Diversity Empowerment Summit (DES) encourages attendees to examine how a variety of perspectives and experiences can create a richer open source community and stronger open source code development. 

  • Strategies for Inclusiveness
  • Diversity Research & Metrics
  • Team Dynamics & Case Studies of Positive Outcomes from Diverse Teams
  • How to be an Ally
  • Mentorship
  • Recruiting & Retaining Diverse Talent
  • Diversity Badging
  • Navigating Inclusivity Roadblocks

OSPOCon
An event for those working in open source program offices (OSPOs) in organizations that rely on open source technologies to learn and share best practices, experiences, and tooling to overcome challenges they face.

  • OSPO Lessons Learned
  • OSPO Compliance and Legal
  • OSPOs and Engineering Effectiveness
  • OSPOs and Supply Chain Security
  • Developer Advocacy and Ecosystem Participation
  • Hosting Projects and Communities
  • OSPOs in Academia and Government

Open Source Leadership Summit

  • Best Practices in Open Source Development / Lessons Learned 
  • Growing, Managing & Sustaining Open Source Projects
  • Security and Risk Management
  • Open Source Governance and Models
  • Certifying Open Source Projects & Compliance
  • Leveraging Open Source Technology, Incentivization and Engagement
  • Software Development Methodologies and Platforms
  • Building Internal Innersource Communities
  • Remote Team Management and Methods
  • Bug/Issue Management and Triage
  • Communication Platforms and Methods; Content Management and Social Media
  • Mentoring and Training
  • Culture, Community Management, Advocacy and Evangelism

Emerging OS Forum 
Focused on the future trends and emerging technologies touching the open source ecosystem, the Emerging OS Forum provides a place for the visionaries and innovators working on the OS projects and technologies of tomorrow to come together to share ideas and collaborate.  

  • New & Emerging Open Source Projects
  • Open Hardware
  • Web 3.0/Blockchain
  • Identity
  • Open Mapping
  • WebAssembly (Wasm)
  • Public Health
  • Unique Applications of Open Source
Apply
Opens
Dec 20 2022 12:00 AM (PST)
Deadline
Feb 5 2023 11:59 PM (PST)