Debconf 3 was held in Oslo, from July 18th to July 20th 2003, with Debcamp preceding it, from July 12th to July 17th. The University of Oslo generously agreed to host Debconf 3. Please see the press release for a summary of the event.
In the autumn of 2002, Tollef Fog Heen took the initiative to organise Debconf and Debcamp in Oslo. Andreas Schuldei was the main organiser for the event and managed to get funding through sponsors (25,000 euro) for covering the expenses (free food, etc.). Petter Reinholdtsen and Morten Kjelkenes from NUUG (Norwegian Unix Users Group) were the local organisers with the help of a high number of local volunteers.
Some articles about the event:
- “Free software summit in Oslo”, Linux Magazine issue 34 September 2003 (USA).
- “DebConf 3 — Summer in Oslo”, Linux Magazine issue 35 October 2003 (USA).
- “Debian med suksess i Oslo”, “Debian er unik”, “Martin Michelmayr - sjef for ett Śr”, “Nye koster i Linux i skolen”, LINUXmagasinet 4/2003 pp.12-14 (Norway).
- “Inspiration”, iX Magazine 9/2003 p.17 (Germany).
See also the review from the Debian event pages.
The results from the questionnaire are in. There are also archives for the mailing lists. A list of updates to these pages can be found in the ChangeLog.
If you brought a digital camera to DebConf3, please get in touch with Jonathan Oxer to get your pictures online in the DebConf gallery. Also have a look at the group photo.
DebConf 4 was held in Porto Alegre, Brazil, from May 26th to June 2nd, 2004. See the Debian event pages for information on the next DebConf.The webmasters