I’ve just published the schedule for the Mono @ FOSDEM 2011 Developer Room. Full schedule (with biographies and abstracts) should be up soon on the conference website. For the impatient, here’s what it looks like:

  • (13:00 – 13:10) Opening (Ruben Vermeersch)
  • (13:10 – 13:50) Welcome F# to the MonoDevelop family (Tomas Petricek)
  • (14:00 – 14:25) Manos: web apps for the lazy hacker (Jérémie Laval)
  • (14:30 – 14:55) The Web Objects Kitchen (Federico Di Gregorio)
  • (15:00 – 15:20) Making happy developers (Rodrigo Kumpera)
  • (15:30 – 16:00) Mono packaging in Debian and Ubuntu – why we’re always right (Jo Shields)
  • (16:00 – 16:20) *** Coffee Break ***
  • (16:20 – 16:50) Mono C++ Interop (Andreia Gaita)
  • (17:00 – 17:40) Mono’s new garbage collector (Mark Probst)
  • (17:50 – 18:20) A common graph database access layer for .NET/Mono (Achim Friedland)
  • (18:30 – 19:00) CloudB: a distributed hybrid storage system for the Mono framework (Antonello Provenzano)

Sat, February 5 is the date to remember, put it on your calendars!

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  • Andrius Bentkus

    (16:20 – 16:50) Mono C++ Interop (Andreia Gaita)
    (17:50 – 18:20) A common graph database access layer for .NET/Mono (Achim Friedland)
    (18:30 – 19:00) CloudB: a distributed hybrid storage system for the Mono framework (Antonello Provenzano)

    I beg you to film these 3 talks!
    Is there going to be some filming equipment? And someone willing to make use of it?

    • http://www.savanne.be/ Ruben

      Unfortunately not. We definitely need to find someone, perhaps I should send a call out.

    • http://twitter.com/insert_nick Antonio Orlando

      +1 on this request. If someone has filmed at least the one by Antonello Provenzano, it would be very appreciated a notification here.

  • olivier dufour

    COOL.
    Will be there and I hope to meet a lot of mono fan ;)

  • Stephane

    Quite impressive ! Looking forward to see you there.

  • Alan

    I’ll be there with a Canon S95 if that’s any good for filming. I don’t think it can take an input mic though, so an actual video camera would probably be better. It’d do as a last resort maybe :)

  • http://www.graph-database.org Achim Friedland

    Hi… I could bring my Canon 7D, which has at least an input mic, but is still more a bit more compliacted than an ordinary video camera :-/