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Registration Open for the 4th OpenCON Conference in Venice, Italy.

Contributed by dwc on from the venice-or-bust dept.

Marc Balmer writes:

OpenCON, the only conference dedicated solely to OpenBSD, just opened it's virtual doors for the fourth time.

The registration is now open.

Read on for details of what's going on at OpenCon 2007...

OpenCON is a free entrance event; get the latest informations on PF, how to use VPN technologies in OpenBSD, or how make your own ports for free.

There are carefully prepared tutorials by OpenBSD developers and long time OpenBSD professionals.

On the two days following the tutorial day, listen to presentations by OpenBSD developers and users, and generally enjoy a few nice days in Venice, talking to other OpenBSD aficionados.

Attendance is completely free, there is, however, a small charge for food during the conference; and let me point out OpenSSH's 2^3 birthday party on Saturday. We will celebrate the birthday of OpenSSH in a nice place in Venice. The fee will be small, the fun factor will be enormous.

If you can make it, join us in Venice (airport code: VCE)

Marc Balmer

PS: Last year we had people joining the conference from Australia, Canada, Switzerland, Lebanon, Germany, Gibraltar, ...

PPS: If you are a company (or even an individual) that wants to sponsor this event, please contact me, there are a lot of very interesting possibilities to do so.

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  1. By Marc Balmer ( on

    And not only is the registration open, but the conference program slowly fills up with interesting tutorials and talks.


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