T-DOSE is a free and yearly event held in The Netherlands to promote use and development of Open Source Software. During this event Open Source projects, developers and visitors can exchange ideas and knowledge. This years event will be held on 25 and 26 October 2014 at the Fontys University of Applied Science in Eindhoven.

T-DOSE in the news

Jeroen Baten, chairman of the T-DOSE Foundation, has recently provided the RonaldmcDonald foundation, location Kindervallei, with 2 refurbished computers fitted with the Ubuntu OS to provide Internet access to their guests.

The staff has since had so many positive response from the guests that they mention T-DOSE as a return favour on their website. Let's hope that some of their website visitors will also find their way to Eindhoven this year.

Call for Papers ended on 31st of August.

The Call For Papers deadline ended on 31st of August. Judging from the speakers and talks this years T-DOSE is going to be special. There is a variety of subjects: system administration, virtualisation, gaming, security, online privacy, electronic prototyping, embedded linux, enterprise linux and high availibility.

Are you curious on what T-DOSE will bring this year? Well, then checkout the list of speakers and talks.

Call for Papers and Projects

T­-DOSE is a free and yearly event held in The Netherlands to promote use and development of Open
Source Software. During this event Open Source projects, developers and visitors can exchange ideas
and knowledge. It is held at the Fontys University of Applied Science on 6 and 7 November 2010.

Speakers can send ideas and abstracts to the organisation (see attached PDF for the e-mail address). The e­mail should contain a short biography of the speaker and description of the talk. All talks will be held in English and last ~50 minutes.

T-DOSE 2010, date is set.

Happy New Year to all.

In 2010 the fifth T-DOSE conference will be held. Just like last years the location is Fontys University of Applied Science in Eindhoven the Netherlands. T-DOSE is a yearly held conference that promotes open source and has a mix of technical and less technical talks.
Do not forget to put the dates in your agenda the fifth T-DOSE will be a special one.

The fifth T-DOSE will be held on 6 and 7 November 2010.

NOIV talk a big success

Wilma Willems enjoyed the interaction during her talk about "Hoe landt het overheidsbeleid voor OSS en OS bij overheden? very much and would like to thank the audience for the many constructive suggestions. For the attenders of her talk and of course also for others who are interested, there is a NOIV group on LinkedIn. Wilma invites you to join and continue the discussion through the LinkedIn group.

TYPO3 talk cancelled

Last minutes changes in the schedule for T-DOSE. Unfortunately the talk of Ben van 't Ende about TYPO3 has to be cancelled, due to sickness. We wish Ben a good recovery and hope to seen him on next years T-DOSE.

2 days to go

T-DOSE 2009 is almost a fact. In 2 days time the best Open Source conference in the south of the Netherlands will be held. Don't miss it!!
Checkout our schedule here: PDF
The door opens at 9:00 am on both days for attending projects and visitors.

T-DOSE on twitter?

In an attempt to become popular Jeroen created a special T-DOSE logo for use on Twitter.

Do you have a twitter account?

Do you blog about your upcoming visit to T-DOSE 2009?

Then show your support for T-DOSE and put this image on your twitter.

T-DOSE twitter

T-DOSE 2009 Schedule is online

The presentation schedule for T-DOSE 2009 is finally online, 2 weeks later then previous years. Not that the quality and variety of subjects is less then you are used from our conference. The schedule is again filled with interesting and high quality talks from speakers originating all over Europe.

Visit T-DOSE 2009 it is worth your time. Here is this years schedule

Online Broadcast

During T-DOSE 2009 some tracks will be broadcasted online by CityTV. If you never have visited T-DOSE before or you are just curious about which talks you missed off the 2008 edition, then you can look back using this link.

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