FOSDEM, the sixth Free and Open source Software Developers' European Meeting will be held on 25 and 26 February 2006 in Brussels. KDE will be present there to socialise, hack and take part in the wider Free Software community. KDE has reserved a devroom to serve as a central meeting point for the KDE crowd. We will be holding our own talks which so far include Raphael Langerhorst on KOffice 1.5 and Jonathan Riddell on Kubuntu.
KDE's presence at FOSDEM 2006 is being organised by KDE-NL and will be coordinated via the kde-events-benelux mailing list. There is also a KDE FOSDEM 2006 wiki page where you can add your name if you plan to attend. We will be booking beds in a youth hostel for KDE developers so please note on the wiki if you would like to have a bed reserved for you. We will be booking soon to avoid having to sleep in the streets of Brussels, it is cold in February and inexpensive beds might be scarse during such an event, so please put your name down for beds by Monday 16th.
If you would like to give a talk, please send a short note with a summary to the mailing list since there is only a limited amount of slots available.