Hi, OSGi enthusiasts!
This year the OSGi Working Group is pleased to announce the first ever OSGi Summit in Ludwigsburg, Germany. The summit will be held in parallel to EclipseCon from October 24th to 26th, 2022. The first day is OSGi Community Day and is a whole day packed full with talks on the newest things happening in the OSGi world, content about community and many other topics. On day 2 and 3 the OSGi Specification Project and the OSGi Working Group Steering Committee are meeting and there will be a Birds of a Feather session for all OSGi enthusiasts.
This year's speakers include, among others, Dirk Fauth from Bosch, BJ Hargrave from IBM and David Bosschart from Adobe, but the full agenda has something to offer for anyone working with OSGi 😉
How can I get my ticket?
There is only a limited number of tickets available.
You can choose if you want to participate at the OSGi Community Day (Monday Only - €125) or if you want to participate at the whole OSGi Summit (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday - €350).
In order to get your ticket:
- Go to the registration site
- Enter your personal information
- In the box labeled Special Pass Access code, enter this code: 22OSGI
- Select OSGi Community Day Pass or OSGi Summit Pass
- Answer the rest of the questions on the form
- Enter your payment information
- Be sure to click on REGISTER at the bottom of the page
- You will receive a confirmation email after your registration is complete
The OSGi Summit itself will take place right next to the EclipseCon in the Film-und-Medienzentrum (FMZ) Ludwigsburg , a two-minute walk from the Forum am Schlosspark, the main conference venue. Lunch and receptions will be at the Forum.
Monday (FMZ Konferenzraum 3)
Tuesday (FMZ Konferenzraum 3)
Wednesday (FMZ Konferenzraum 3)
If you are also interested in the specification work or generally in OSGi:
- On Wednesday at 16:15 you can get a crash course on how to write an OSGi Technology Compatibility Kit
- On Tuesday and Wednesday (whole day) you can take part in the OSGi Specification Project Meetings, so if you ever wondered how the OSGi Specs come to life, then this is a session for you
We can't wait to meet you all in Ludwigsburg 😊