FOSDEM 2010, the premier grass-roots open source conference in Europe, is fast approaching. Every year, I try and persuade the organizing committee to reduce the number of Mozilla talks so that I can take the time to see what other free software projects are up to. Particularly as we had MozCamp EU last year, I hoped that this year it might actually happen. But, as in every previous year, they have managed to find too many interesting people with interesting things to say :-( Ah, well. As well as all of them, I’ll be giving a fast Foundation update, and doing a lightning talk on the Bugzilla API.
Speaking of which: if you are coming, and would love (a maximum of) 5 minutes to tell the Mozilla community about your latest project or ask for help with an upcoming idea, then why not propose a lightning talk of your own?