Between Friday 28th and Sunday 30th the event will be focused mainly on talks, keynotes and panels. The GNOME Foundation‘s annual general meeting also takes place during this time. We expect to have more details on the schedule during May.
From Monday 31st to Wednesday 2nd we have a smaller ‘unconference’ event where groups of people self-organize to work on specific aspects of the GNOME project, such as software design and development, translation, documentation and marketing.
We welcome people who haven’t contributed to GNOME or to open source projects before to get involved. We hope to hold training workshops that can help you get started on this.