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All the videos are now on-line

01/11/12 22:51 by Laurent Boivin (‎Elbeho‎)

All the videos from 2012 are now online

Thanks to all the speakers and to the audience!

Videos are online

25/10/12 00:44 by Laurent Boivin (‎Elbeho‎)

As promised, videos shot during 2012 are online (with the approval of the speakers).

Some videos are still "in progress". They should be online by the end of the week.

We apologize to the speakers for the poor quality of some of the videos. We aren't expert on that matter.

Conference proceedings

16/10/12 19:00 by Sébastien Aperghis-Tramoni (‎maddingue‎)

The proceedings of the conference are generated at the following address, when the speakers add the corresponding links. We are contacting them for this.

» 2012, over and out... ?

15/10/12 14:20 by Laurent Boivin (‎Elbeho‎) 2012 occured this week-end as part of the CODE track of Open World Forum.

Many thanks to everybody. As an organizer (Maddingue++), a speaker or part of the audience, you made this conference successful! My personal favorite is Aldebaran Robotics and their cute NAO.

Most conferences of the banner were shot. Process of encoding is on going. We'll post here how to find them as soon as they're online.

See you next year for 2013!

Thanks everybody

13/10/12 20:00 by Sébastien Aperghis-Tramoni (‎maddingue‎)

Huge thanks to all the people who attended This 2012 edition was a great success thanks to the collaboration with Open World Forum and the other CODE tracks.

We tried to record all the talks on video. We now have a long work of encoding and uploading them on sharing sites. The links will be published when available.

Two errors in the printed schedule

11/10/12 16:20 by Sébastien Aperghis-Tramoni (‎maddingue‎)

We just saw that two errors slept into the printed version of the schedule which you'll get when attending to Open World Forum:

  • the Android track will take place in the Berlin room, not the Dublin room
  • Harald Welte's talks have been inverted, the one on Erlang will be at 11:40 in room Bruxelles and the one on Osmocom at 18:10, same room.

Please check the online schedule, or even better, import it into your mobile device with the ICS version.

Focus on: NAO

09/10/12 20:00 by Sébastien Aperghis-Tramoni (‎maddingue‎)

We have the pleasure to announce that Aldebaran Robotics will do a presentation of their NAO robot on Friday, right after the lightning talks session.

The autonomous humanoid NAO robot is a full-feature pack of high technology. Easy to program, NAO is the standard platform for the Robocup since 2007.

Early bird dinner -- Thursday, October 11th

09/10/12 15:14 by Laurent Boivin (‎Elbeho‎)

If you'll be in Paris on thursday evening, we could meet for a dinner: "Chez Papa" 153 rue Montmartre, 75002 Paris Metro Grands Boulevards or Bourse

RDV at 20h30 at the restaurant.

I'm aware of the short notice. Sorry for that.

Please register on the wiki so that we can book accordingly (login is required to modify the wiki).

Focus on: Harald Welte

09/10/12 11:00 by Sébastien Aperghis-Tramoni (‎maddingue‎) is proud to welcome Harald Welte, who positively answered our invitation.

Harald Welte is famous for his contributions to numerous projects, including the Linux kernel, NetFilter, Openmoko, Osmocom, as well as GPL Violations.

He will gratify us with two highly technical talks:

Some last minute schedule changes

09/10/12 08:30 by Sébastien Aperghis-Tramoni (‎maddingue‎)

Some last minute changes has been operated on the schedule. Harald Welte's talks now all take place in room Bruxelles, Aldebaran Robotics' talk now occurs after the lightning talks, and the talks of the Android track have been updated with the most up-to-date available information.

WebWorkersCamp5 at the Open World Forum 2012

05/10/12 16:50 by Lucas Bonnet (‎lukhas‎)

The 5th edition of WebWorkersCamp will take place during the Open World Forum, within the CODE Track, on the 13th October.

NoSQL, queues, async programming, Web Sockets, distributed applications, workers, HTML5 and CSS3, decentralized social networks… These are all subjects that can be covered during the Camp, but feel free to extend the list!

Wikipedia : a BarCamp is an ad-hoc gathering born from the desire for people to share and learn in an open environment. It is an intense event with discussions, demos, and interaction from attendees.

For more information, or to suggest a session, please go to Also, be sure to register on, or you won't be able to enter the venue.

Be sure to spread the information aroud, and see you at the Open World Forum.

The schedule is online

02/10/12 22:50 by Sébastien Aperghis-Tramoni (‎maddingue‎)

The schedule is now online (also available in ICS format).

In order to ease your way through the conference, the talks from other CODE tracks are included as well in the schedule. If you didn't already, now is the time to register and note which talk you want to attend, in order to create your personal schedule.

End of talk proposals

26/09/12 00:00 by Sébastien Aperghis-Tramoni (‎maddingue‎)

The deadline for submitting talk proposals has ended. Many thanks to all the people who submitted a subject. We are currently finalizing the schedule, soon to be published.

You can still submit lightning talk proposals and have your 5 minutes of fame.

Lightning talks

18/09/12 23:00 by Sébastien Aperghis-Tramoni (‎maddingue‎)

A session of lightning talks will take place on Friday afternoon, for all the CODE tracks of Open World Forum. Now is the time to submit a proposal and talk about the subject you want for 5 minutes!

If you never spoke before an audience, now is your opportunity to try!

  » Submit a lighning talk
  » See the current list of litghning talks

Call for Papers

12/09/12 01:40 by Sébastien Aperghis-Tramoni (‎maddingue‎)

The call for Papers in now online.

You can make talk proposals until September 25th. The final schedule will be made public on October 1st.

Online meetings

14/08/12 22:00 by Sébastien Aperghis-Tramoni (‎maddingue‎)

The organisers meet the second Tuesday of each month for discussing (in French) the current state of advancement. You can join them on the IRC network Freenode, #OSDCfr channel, or follow a summary on our Twitter et Identica accounts.

The Web site is online

17/07/12 23:45 by Sébastien Aperghis-Tramoni (‎maddingue‎)

The web site for the 2012 edition of the conference is now online.

Please come by to register and make talk proposals.