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What to expect at AlmaLinux Day: Germany

benny Vasquez

Chair, AlmaLinux OS Foundation

In December, we hosted the first AlmaLinux Day in Tokyo. As a user-focused event that brought together our community from all over Japan, this wildly successful event focused on the needs and desires of the open source community in Japan. We had nearly 100 attendees and 7 speakers from different industries!

We’re excited to build on that momentum with AlmaLinux Day: Germany, coming to Europa Park Rust on March 18th. 

AlmaLinux Day: Germany 

As CentOS enters its final six months of support, everyone is wondering where to go next. The AlmaLinux community benefits from the stability and intentionality that we take to building a stable, free operating system. At AlmaLinux Day: Germany, we’ll share what we do and how we’re supporting our community.

This event happens after the CloudFest Hackathon, so if you’re in the area for that event, make sure to join us!

The sessions

AlmaLinux Day: Germany will kick off with a keynote where we will talk about the amazing accomplishments we’ve seen over the first three years of our journey, and then some community members will join me on stage to share about the projects they’re working.

Next, the AlmaLinux OS Architect and Release Engineering Lead, Andrew Lukoshko, will present a session focusing on how we make the most stable, secure, and predictable RHEL-compatible Linux distribution around.

It’s also been a few years since our last board AMA, so we thought we’d include one at ALDG. Some of the AlmaLinux board members will discuss a bit about their ideas for the future of AlmaLinux and about why they are involved, but I’d love to also be able to include questions from our community! If you have a question add it to this thread on the forums, and I’ll try to include as many as I can!

Get some swag

Attendees who register by March 1st will get free swag (stickers, pens, keychains)! Registration is free, but seating is limited, so make sure to save your spot.

A small collection of some of the stuff we had on the table

Be In-the-Know

If you can’t make it to ALDG, don’t worry! The sessions will be recorded and will be posted to our Youtube channel as soon as we can get the video edited and published. If you want to be the first to know when they’re live, or just stay up to date on all of our other news,pick your favorite place to follow us:

We also launched a newsletter this year, which you can subscribe to on LinkedIn or via email on our mailing list.