Author Archives: Johan Thelin

foss-north – the count down

Every year we try to seed the foss-north event with a set of key speakers. This year, one of our seed speakers is Patricia Aas from the Vivaldi Browser. She will be speaking about isolating GPU access in its own process. “Chromium’s process architecture has graphics access restricted to a separate GPU-process. There are several […]

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foss-north – the count down

Every year we try to seed the foss-north event with a set of key speakers. This year, one of our seed speakers is Carsten Munk known from Jolla, libhybris, Meego, Maemo and more. This year he will speak about his new endevour Zipper – bringing blockchain technology to mobile devices. “Zipper is an Ethereum based […]

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foss-north – the count down

Flashback time! At last year’s foss-north we had a great talk by Chris Lamb about reproducible builds. You can see the recording right here (you might have to click the link if your aggregator hides YouTube contents) foss-north strives to gather the best speakers, the best audience at the best location (Gothenburg) for one day each […]

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foss-north – the count down

Flashback time! At last year’s foss-north we had a great talk by Alexander Larsson introducing flatpak. You can see the recording right here (you might have to click the link if your aggregator hides YouTube contents) foss-north strives to gather the best speakers, the best audience at the best location (Gothenburg) for one day each […]

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foss-north – the count down

At this year’s foss-north event FSFE will revive the Nordic Free Software Award and the conference will host the prize ceremony. Get your tickets for a great opportunity to meet with the FOSS community, learn new things and visit Gothenburg. It is just 9 more days left of the Call for Papers. With the help […]

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foss-north – the count down

We are approaching the count down to foss-north 2018 – at least from an organizer perspective. This year we will be at Chalmers Conference Centre, in the centre of Gothenburg – the world’s most sociable, friendliest city. So, save the date – April 23 – and make sure to drop by. The reason why it […]

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Linux and Qt in Automotive? Let’s meet up!

For anyone around the Gothenburg area on Feb 1st, you are most welcome to the Automotive MeetUp held at the Pelagicore and Luxoft offices. There will be talks about Qt/QML, our embedded Linux platform PELUX and some ramblings about open source in automotive by yours truly ;-) If you want to come, please register here.

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Berlin for a month

A month ago my family and I left our home to go to a new country and city for a month. As an experiment. As a source of variation. As something new. As an adventure. The background to going to Berlin is that we’re starting a new office in Berlin and people need to be […]

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Building Qt on Debian

I recently followed the advice of @sehurlburt to offer help to other developers. As I work with Qt and embedded Linux on a daily basis, I offered to help. (You should do the same!) As it is easy to run out of words on Twitter, so here comes a slightly more lengthy explanation on how […]

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foss-gbg gets going again

It is time for foss-gbg to get going again. A week from now Zeeshan will talk about The good kind of Rust. Tickets are free, so if you are in Gothenburg, feel free to drop by for some snacks, the Rust talk and some lighting talks. foss-gbg is a local group sharing ideas and knowledge […]

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