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 28 and 29 November 2015 at the Fontys University of Applied Science in Eindhoven.

Call for Papers

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 5 and 6 November 2011.

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 least ~50 minutes.

T-DOSE edition 2011: date is known

Happy New Year to all.

In 2011 the sixth 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 for the sixth T-DOSE:

The sixth-DOSE will be held on 5 and 6 November 2011.

T-DOSE 2010 photos

Every year photos and movies are being shot at T-DOSE event. If you have not been able to attend the event or want to look back at this years successful event, then follow this link.

Movies are available

CityTV made a live webcast on Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th at the T-DOSE event location. A selection of the talks have also been recorded and are available for playback from their website. Follow this link here.

The talks are available for viewing with QuickTime(tm) and VLC media player.

T-DOSE 2010 - it has been done.

The 5th T-DOSE 2010 has happened and it was a blast. Everybody I talked to during and after the event finds it a big success. So who am I to disagree ;). Many talks about as many subjects (Gaming, system administration, security, web (HTML5) and much more) has been presented. The last hour on Sunday the audience played a game "The Butterfly Effect" which was a lot of fun.

T-DOSE Foundation thanks all the sponsors, volunteers and organisations that helped to make this fifth edition happen. Thank you all !!!

I hope to see you all again with your friends at the 6th T-DOSE.

Cecil Westerhof cancelled - talk replaced by FreeSentral

Unfortunately Cecil Westerhoff had to cancel his talk at T-DOSE. He was going to talk about "EMACS: the Swiss Army Knife of Open Source on Saturday 6th at 11:00 hrs. Hopefully he will be able to give his talk next year.

The talk will be replaced by a talk given by Marian Podgoreanu about FreeSentral a free PBX system.

2 days left till T-DOSE 2010

T-DOSE 2010 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.

Alternative activities in Eindhoven during T-DOSE

Some people have asked if there are other interesting things to do in Eindhoven during the weekend of T-DOSE, since they would like to bring a partner who is not as interested in Open Source as they are.

We've composed a short (and by no means exhaustive) list of suggestions:

  • In the Beursgebouw, very near to the T-DOSE site, is the 'Boekenfestijn', a four day long sale of books of every kind at greatly reduced prices. Entrance is free. See also http://www.boekenfestijn.com

Schedule online

The fifth T-DOSE (Technical Dutch Open Source Event) attracted an
interesting list of speakers from all over the world. On saturday the
keynote is done by John Willis an authority on cloud computing and IT

The list of talks encompasses system administration, gaming, editors,
embedded systems, debugging, development, virtualisation, hardware
hacking, security, enterprise linux and use of open source in The

To learn more about the speakers background visit the speakers page.

When: 6 and 7 November 2010

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.

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