Replicant meeting at FOSDEM 2019

Call for participants

Like every year, FOSDEM will take place the first weekend of february in Brussels, Belgium.

Replicant is organizing a community meeting and a workshop that will take place alongside FOSDEM events.
The main intention behind this is to gather Replicant enthusiasts and contributors together in order to share ideas and discuss Replicant-related key topics.
This is a call for the community to participate and propose arguments to discuss.
A wiki page has been prepared, to collect proposals and schedules.
Proposals and questions can be presented to the mailing list.

Examples topics that have been proposed are:

  • What directions should the project take, what work to prioritize
  • How to fix f-droid to keep Replicant FSDG compliant

Together with the following workshop arguments:

  • How to setup the build environment
  • Hands on libsamsung-ipc and samsung-ril
  • Answer various questions about contributing to Replicant
  • Help contributors who are stuck with specific issues


Two free-software-powered polls have been published, to help us chose the best day and time:

We invite whoever might be interested, to indicate their preferred schedule for the events, in order to help us set up a sensible timetable.

The official meeting point and timetables will be published on this blog and on the mailing list.

Stay tuned!

EDIT:
The meeting report is available: https://redmine.replicant.us/attachments/download/1597/formatted-report.pdf

1 thought on “Replicant meeting at FOSDEM 2019

  1. Hi Team (Replicant)
    I would like to tell my opinion to the team if there will be New “Replicant OS” (2019), because people who have new device like me and wanted to be secured and want to install the Replicant OS. Would the *Team* change your mind to make Updated Replicant OS version. I can appreciate and wait for your comment or message in my email. And by the way is there another way for us to be notified in this website to stay updated, if so here is my email: emsee1923@protonmail.com

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