The Document Foundation (TDF) announces that the openSUSE + LibreOffice conference will take place online
Due to the current pandemic situation all over the world, every tech company is shifting its conferences, meetings, and seminars online. The Tech companies have also delayed major updates of their Softwares due to the situation. Now The Document Foundation (TDF) also makes the major Linux event online. The openSUSE and LibreOffice conference that was scheduled to take place between 13-16 October has now shifted online.
Shifting the conference online is good news and the organisers intend to provide a great conference that is filled with insightful talks, technical presentations and sessions dedicated for those who want to socialise during the event
The Document Foundation explains.
TDF said that by using Video conferencing tool, the attendees will be able to learn about the new technologies openSuSE and LibreOffice. The webinar will also allow them to chat with developers and ask questions.
The decision is not surprising as all the companies have shifted their meetings, conferences, and work online. Well, according to a report it has been noticed that working from has become more beneficial for the companies. Few companies like Facebook and Google have also allowed their employees to work from home till the end of the year.
Proposals for talks, workshops, and workgroups can still be submitted until July 21, and everyone will be able to attend using a video conferencing solution whose name is yet to be disclosed. The rescheduled date for the digital Linux event is yet to revealed by TDF, for further updates on the Linux events and launches subscribe to our newsletter from here