June 22 until June 26 was the openSUSE Conference in Nuremberg. The location was the Z Bau. We had a lot good presentations from Security, YaST News, Release Management until Infrastructure, Monitoring and Configuration Management.
That was the first conference with my own presentation in English. The talk was about monitoring and stress tests, something what I have done in the last years in my job. At first I was nervous. But I had many good friends around me who took it away. 2 of them gave presentations, too. Oliver talked about USB in the kernel development and Christian made a quiz.
It was a good place and time for team discussions. Christian and I wanted to speak with the Infrastructure team about the situation with wiki servers in United States. We needed a SUSE guy from there and found Craig. After that we created a Infrastructure meeting and the openSUSE heroes team exist since this time. I am the Coordinator for a new wiki setup and openSUSE Contributors can get access to the Infrastructure. That was the highlight of the conference!
We took part of a Nuremberg tour through fermentation cellars which was really interesting. We discussed a lot and were able to see people in the community from everywhere on the world. The SUSE band played music in the evening and we had a lot of fun!