Started in 2005 as FLOSS(Free/Libre Open Source Software) Meet with a vision to create a culture of innovation, evolution and open standards, the meet intends to support the FOSS community, open education system and dissemination of FOSS ideology. The meet feature wide range of workshops bofs, discussions and lectures by eminent personalities. It also consists of various hands on sessions which would help in contributing to various open source projects.
• Attended by FOSS enthusiasts and students from leading institutes.
• Expected participation over 400.
• Includes finest FOSS promoters and talented minds in FOSS community.
• Appraised as 4th biggest FOSS event in India by Atul Chitnis, team-lead of
• Talks by eminent personalities like Atul Chitnis and Dr.V Sasi Kumar in
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