2016 conference wrapup
The conference is over and we are now wrapping up things. We can look back at a succesful event, though some organisatory and technical issues prevented video from being streamed on Saturday morning.
There were about 35 attendants at the conference, between 10 and 25 listeners to the audio stream and an unknown number of viewers of the video stream. There has been coverage on techrepublic.com, Slashdot and probably some other sites as well.
We received the video files that were recorded at the conference and they have been uploaded to the YouTube channel. We will also upload the presentations (if available) to this website. The full list is here.
The registration for Warpstock Europe 2016 has been closed; tickets are no longer for sale.
If you want to hear and see what's happening at the conference you can always tune in to our live stream.
The presentation schedule for Warpstock Europe 2016 is now complete. It's an interesting mix of technical and non-technical topics, as well as information from businesses related to OS/2.
Remember, you have until May 14 to buy your tickets for WSE 2016!
New speaker: Alex Taylor
WSE is glad to announce that we have a new presentation for our schedule: Alex Taylor will talk about Printing & Fonts, covering topics like CUPS, PostScript and installing new fonts on OS/2 and some the problems found and solved.
Alex (or should I say: Taylor-san) will give his presentation over Skype from Japan on Sunday, 14:15 CEST.
First speakers for WSE 2016
In the past weeks we have been working behind the scenes to fill our presentation schedule. We are happy to announce we have received confirmation that the following speakers will give a presentation at Warpstock Europe 2016:
- David Azarewicz
- Herwig Bauernfeind
- Steve Levine
- Keith Merrington
- Lewis Rosenthal
- Silvan Scherrer
- Gregg Young
For more information, see our schedule. There are still a few slots open, so stay tuned for updates!