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Accepted Talks:

Debian Live BoF

At the beginning of the Buster cycle, it was unclear whether Debian Live still had a future. Nearly 2 years later, Debian Live is very much alive!

In this session, we’ll briefly cover a few topics:

  • A retrospective of the the buster cycle

  • Revisit whether we still need so many i386 flavours

  • How to approach QA tasks in the future

  • Deprecating vmdebootstrap and maintenance

  • Future build work

  • General feedback / any other business

Surprise, you're a manager!

Many of us started work in Free Software from a position of indifference, if not outright hostility, to the challenges and rewards of “management”, whatever that is. For better or worse this indifference doesn’t usually last long, as any project involving more than one person soon discovers that it’s not just about cranking out code, but about dealing with conflict, motivating volunteers, and balancing differing goals and priorities.

This session will be for sharing best practices, lessons learned, and asking questions. Whether you are the Debian project leader, or coordinating with one other developer on a project with 3 users, this BoF welcomes your ideas and your questions.

Notes: infinote://gobby.debian.org/debconf19/bof/you-are-manager

Bursaries BoF

This BoF will include discussion of the DebConf Bursaries process this year, and how it might be improved in the future.

Lightning Talks

Lightning Talks! They’re short, they’re possibly sweet, they’re a veritable variety pack of topics in a short amount of time!

Live Demos

Want to show off your project? Need a little longer than a lightning talk but not as long as a whole session? Have we got an event for you! Live demo slots are 10 minutes each.

Lightning Talks 2

Lightning Talks! They’re short, they’re possibly sweet, they’re a veritable variety pack of topics in a short amount of time!