Announcement! Sustain Session @ State of Open Con 2023 in london
January 27th, 2023
7 mins 37 secs
About this Episode
Richard Littauer | Pia Mancini | Ben Nickolls
Hello and welcome to Sustain! The podcast where we talk about sustaining open source for the long haul. This is a short episode today because we are headed to London in early February for a Sustain event. Why are we going to London? Well, it’s the State of Open Con 2023, February 7-8, an event that is all things open source, including legal, governance, technology itself, hardware, and data, put on mainly by Amanda Brock and Open UK, and funded by IEEE SA and many other sponsors. You’ll find out all the details on this event, how to get tickets, and the two-day session Sustain is having that they would love for you to join in on. Download this episode now to learn more!
[00:00:44] Ben gives all the details on what’s going on in London with State of Open Con 2023.
[00:02:29] Find out how you can get your hands on some tickets to the event, and if you need any financial assistance, they are offering it, but it is limited.
[00:04:13] Pia fills us in on why she’s going to this event and the two-day sessions they are having for Sustain about different topics, and they would love for everyone to join them.
[00:05:26] Since FOSDEM 2023 is happening February 4-5 in Brussels, Ben points out there will probably be a lot of people traveling from that event to this one by train, so try to make plans for a rest day before this event kicks off.
[00:06:40] If you’re going to FOSDEM, get in touch with Justin Dorfman or Abigail Mayes because they’re putting on an awesome event there.
- SustainOSS Twitter
- SustainOSS Discourse
- Richard Littauer Twitter
- Pia Mancini Twitter
- Ben Nickolls Twitter
- State of Open Con 2023
- Sustain Podcast- 2 Episodes with guest Amanda Brock
- Sustain Podcast-Episode 98: Silona Bonewald and her long-term vision for IEEE and open source
- FOSDEM 2023
- Justin Dorfman Twitter
- Abigail Cabunoc Mayes Twitter
Produced by Richard Littauer
Edited by Paul M. Bahr at Peachtree Sound
Show notes by DeAnn Bahr Peachtree Sound