Flock will begin the morning of Wednesday, August 8. Sessions will continue each day until Saturday, August 11. You should plan to arrive on Tuesday, August 7 and to depart no sooner than Saturday afternoon for the best experience.
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Registration for Flock is open.
This year we are handling registration via EventBrite. You can find the Flock 2018 event online now.
Flock 2018 will, again, feature a small optional registration fee to help offset the costs of swag and lunch. This fee is scaled by country using the Big Mac Index and is based on a $25 Fee in the United States.
If you need travel funding for Flock, we will be releasing a funding application process soon. Keep an eye on this space and the mailing list for more information. You can (and should) wait to register until you have applied for funding.
Attendees who registered and paid the registration fee by July 2, 2017 are included in the count for items that have to be confirmed in advance. This includes lunch, swag, etc. If you registered and/or paid after this date, you may not receive all of the benefits of registration.
If you did not register, you are still welcome to attend the conference and events. However, you will not receive benefits such as lunch and a shirt.
The Flock attendees mailing list is the primary means of communication for attendees of Flock. You should subscribe to this list if you plan to attend.
Our main IRC channel for the event is #fedora-flock on irc.freenode.net.
Telegram is used as a quicker way to communicate during the conference with mobile devices and/or laptops. We have an official group you can join to participate in the conference at @flocktofedora. You can join by clicking this link.
The Radisson Blu Park Hotel & Conference Centre, Dresden Radebeul, Germany is both the conference venue as well as the conference hotel.
Please Note: If you receive financial assistance to attend Flock, the organizers will book your travel arrangements (flight, hotel, bus) for you.
Radebuel is a suburb of Dresden featuring easy direct access to the city center via tram and bus.