Seneca College Centre for Development of Open Technology (CDOT) and the School of Information and Communications Technology has proudly presented the Free Software and Open Source Symposium (FSOSS) annually since 2002. Again this year, FSOSS brings together developers, educators, industry, the user community and other interested parties to discuss free software, open source, open web and academic/industry partnerships.
The symposium attracts IT professionals, high profile free software and open source developers, thought leaders, movers and shakers, educators, students and those interested in being introduced to open source. These delegates play a key role in influencing the free software and open source communities and the IT field.
Notable organizations that participated in past FSOSS symposiums include Mozilla, Novell, Apple, Red Hat Inc., Microsoft Canada, IBM Canada, Sun Canada, ATI, EDS Canada, Electronic Frontier Foundation, OpenOffice.org, Bank of Montreal, CIBC, RBC Financial Group, HackLab.TO and the National Research Council.
This highly successful event depends on the generous support of our sponsors to help us keep registration costs low and accessible to a wider audience in the spirit of Open Source.
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The entire symposium was intellectually stimulating, highlighting trends in open source and how to do what we do better." - (Crystle Numan, Newsforge)
"If you are in Northern America and have wanted to go to a conference but the big conferences were either too expensive (OSCON) or far away (FOSDEM), I heartily recommend this one." - (Benjamin Smedberg, Mozilla Corporation)