Collection of 28 posts
FlaskCon by Python enthusiasts
The Python Mauritius User Group (PyMUG) has been around for quite a while. One of its founding members who has been an active community member has put efforts into orgnising a virtual conference about the Flask micro framework.
DevCon is back! 🎉
Two years and we could not meet & greet at the Developers Conference. But the wait is over. With the new normal the Developers Conference is making its comeback.
ubuCon Asia 2021
Asia has seen a rise in Open Source community groups in the recent years, e.g GNOME.Asia, openSUSE.Asia and FOSSASIA. ubuCon is organised for the first time in Asia.
MSCC Summit 2021 announced
MSCC Summit is a community-centric event organized by user groups in Mauritius. All topics, presentations and activities are picked, planned and exceuted by user group members. There are no Call for Speakers.
Videos from the Virtual Developers Conference 2020 are up on YouTube
The Virtual Developers Conference 2020 produced about 100 hours of recording including the breaks and technical glitches. Now, you can watch the individual sessions on YouTube.
Developers Conference 2021 postponed 🙄
The Developers Conference by the Mauritius Software Craftsmanship Community is the largest gathering of software developers, sysadmins, engineers, geeks, tech enthusiasts and other like-minded individuals on the island.
DevFest 2020 at Uniciti Mauritius
The GDG DevFest 2020 happened on the Saturday 21st November in Mauritius. It was the first physical tech event after the confinement. We hope that the pandemic situation improves and that we have more of such events on the island.
openSUSE + LibreOffice Conference 2020
oSLO 2020 kicked-off on Thursday 15 October at 10h00 UTC with an opening address by The Document Foundation's Chairman, Lothar Becker. The conference was due to happen in Nuremberg, Germany, but due to the pandemic plans were changed and event went fully online
AFRINIC Board Elections
The highlights of the summit are the Policy Discussions which took place on Thursday 17 September and the AFRINIC Board Elections that were held on the last day of the summit, i.e Friday 18 September. Electronic voting had begun two weeks ago