Tux Days 2022 from 11.-13. November

Steve Zabka

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Description

It’s that time again! The Tux-Days 2022 will take place soon this year. This is a live moderated online event where participants and visitors can watch various lectures or take part in exciting discussions and workshops on the topic of Linux and Open Source. However, there is one important new feature at this event that I really want to share with you! Because this year for the first time you can meet other people in a virtual 3D landscape.

And the whole thing takes place again according to the motto “Networking people and knowledge” and offers a colorful mix with over 30 program items:

  • Ten ingredients for a happy community – F. Effenberger
  • Event Management System – The software for public summits, conferences and seminar days. – J Vogelbacher
  • Talk: Snap, Flatpak & AppImage – Will they one day completely replace the old “formats”? – Various participants
  • Is Linux still not desktop ready? – A. Burgdorf
  • Gaming on Linux: A Cornucopia of Possibilities – H. Goos-Habermann
  • Talk: The future of the Linux desktop – Weighing the pros and cons of the new technologies – Various participants
  • The Linux quiz – knowledge for the next Linux regulars’ table – Tux-Days Team
  • … and much more!

You can find a detailed program overview at https://www.tux-tage.de/programm.

And otherwise I would like to show you on which channels you can later visit/follow the online event and the virtual 3D landscape:

Otherwise, if you have any other questions, just post them in the comments below so other readers can benefit too!

Thank you for reading and have a nice day!

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