Every edition of FOSDEM, we conduct a short interview with the main track and keynote speakers.
- Benedict Gaster (cuberoo_): LoRaWAN for exploring the Internet of Things . Talk Hard: A technical, political, and cultural look at LoRaWAN for IoT
- Benjamin Kampmann: It's time to SAFE the Internet. Introducing SAFE, the decentralised privacy-first storage and communication network
- Brooks Davis: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About "Hello, World"*. (*But Were Afraid To Ask)
- Daniel Stenberg: You know what's cool? Running on billions of devices. curl from A to Z
- Dominik George and Eike Jesinghaus: The Veripeditus AR Game Framework. Enabling everyone to freely create Augmented Reality Games
- Ed Schouten: CloudABI. Easily develop sandboxed apps for UNIX
- Keith Packard: Free Software For The Machine
- Klaus Aehlig: Bazel. How to build at Google scale?
- Martin Pitt: Continuous Integration at a Distribution Level. Shepherding 30.000 packages to never break
- Mathieu Stephan: The Making of a Secure Open Source Password Keeper. From the Electronics to the High Level Software...
- Nikolai Kondrashov: User Session Recording for the Enterprise. An Open-Source Effort by Red Hat
- Peter Baumann: Datacubes on Steroids with ISO Array SQL. Open Source, Open Standards, Open Terabytes
- Rich Bowen: Write a Better FM. Read The F* Manual? Maybe you need to write a better f* manual
- Richard Brown: Resurrecting dinosaurs, what can possibly go wrong?. How Containerised Applications could eat our users.
- Roberto Di Cosmo and Stefano Zacchiroli: Software Heritage. Preserving the Free Software Commons