On Tuesday and Wednesday after sessions are over, the community-organized networking starts!
On both evenings, the first hour (18:00 - 19:00 CET) is dedicated to communal, casual fun (games, socializing... more on that later!). The rest of the evening (19:00 - 21:00) is reserved for DIY sessions organized by the community. Choose your type of gathering (BoF, Office Hours, Ask Me Anything session, whatever you'd like), and submit your request. Slots are limited, so get your request in soon!
EclipseCon kicks off with Community Day on Monday, October 19. Help design the day by organizing what's interesting to your community. Everything you need to know is on the Community Day page.
Thanks to two of our active communities who have already signed up! The Research @ Eclipse Foundation projects are planning an "Open Source Research Agora." The working groups referred to as "Automotive @ Eclipse" (OpenADx, openGENESIS, openMDM, openMobility, and openPASS) are organizing a "Meet the Automotive@Eclipse Community" session, as well as "Automotive@Eclipse: News and Strategy," a focused discussion on their shared goals, strategies, and roadmap.
Space is limited, so don't delay! We look forward to hearing your ideas.
If you would like your talk to be chosen early for EclipseCon 2020, be sure to submit by June 3. The day after, the program committee will select a short list of of talks for early acceptance, and we will announce the winners.