“Minimal compliance vs. abundant compliance” “It is imperative that Free Software becomes visible in App Stores” “Morally wrong is sometimes practically convenient” “Clarification is difficult” “Bastards”
Last time I was at FOSDEM was three years ago, I think. Part of the venue has moved to a new building — it’s much bigger and airier. I must say that I don’t miss standing next to the drafty exit at the lower end of the H building, but it did have its charm. Plenty of interesting stands to visit. GNOME still have their nice round 2″ foot stickers. KDE is well-stocked with T-shirts, but our hoodies and bags have sold out already. Postgres has very nice frosted-glass mugs. Oracle has no mention of Solaris at all — drat, I was vaguely hoping they might still have Solaris beer mugs. For once, I’ve got some time to visit talks, the legal devroom in particular.
The legal devroom is just packed — has been all day. I think that’s an amazing change (for the better) from a few years back when legal was still a tiny niche topic.