2007: Extending the Official Conference Period to a Full Week

The 2007 conference has been extended to a full week and will feature more community-organized streams, called 'miniconfs', than ever before. The event is regarded as one of the world's best events for Linux and Open Source developers. Over 250 submissions were received for talks, tutorials, and miniconfs. The 2007 programme will run over six days, with four keynote speakers, four complete days of miniconfs and presentations, an Open Day to present FLOSS achievements to families, students and the general public, and traditional evening events for conference attendees to catch up and unwind. The event will feature topics such as Debian, Education, Embedded, Gaming,, Movies, MySQL,, PostgreSQL, Research, LinuxChix, Kernel, and Virtualization.