Great to have Proofpoint on-board as sponsors of BelFOSS 2019. Attendees of BelFOSS 2017 will remember Jolene Dunne describing Proofpoint’s email security and we hope to hear more from them at BelFOSS 2019. Proofpoint’s Belfast office is in Weaver’s Court close to the Europa and Farset Labs.
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Preparations are underway for BelFOSS 2019 to be held on Friday 12th April 2019 at the School of EEECS at Queen’s University, Belfast. Registration will open in the coming weeks but in the meantime we are pleased to announce that Howard Chu will be speaking. Every year I am nervous about whether we’ll get the […]
The Project Lintol team will officially open the “Open Data Coding Challenge” at BelFOSS 2018 on the 16th March 2018. The aim of the Coding Challenge is to build processors for Lintol – the data validating tool. The Lintol processors will help solve real-world validating issues identified by government departments. Participants in the coding challenge […]
BelFOSS would not be possible without the support of the following who cover the costs of catering the event and also fill the goodie bags ! The Urban Penguin The Urban Penguin helps you learn Linux. Online or in the classroom we have developed our own training materials to meet your needs. No matter if […]
In the past we have organised BelFOSS at the end of January to coincide with the post-exam break of undergraduate students, however with changes to the university timetable there will be no exams in January. As such we have decided to organise BelFOSS 2018 for Friday 16th March 2018 which is designated as a Reading […]
After a few weeks of editing most of the talks from BelFOSS 2017 are now available on YouTube (Playlist here). We missed a few of the talks in the afternoon session due to a recording issue – apologies. Videos are embedded below for convenience. The videos have been edited on Linux Mint using Kdenlive.
Nice article over on The Tomorrow Lab from Katie McGowan who attended BelFOSS 2017: Matt ended a great day of talks by reinforcing this point, a nice reminder of how important each person individually is in keeping open source software going. From what it is, to how it can be used, to future innovations for […]
Following their demos Mal Duffin and Conor Graham have provided some links to useful resources: Blender Artists Forum – for checking out game development, as well as other Blender info. Game Engine Section Depth Motion Skanect – Software for scanning with a motion video camera such as the Xbox Kinect Asus Kinect Camera/Sensors etc described […]