Meet us at the Open Source Experience 2023!

19 Oct 2023 5 min read

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The XWiki Team

Come meet us at the Open Source Experience (OSXP) 2023, an event that gathers key players of the European open-source community. This year, OSXP takes place between Wednesday 6 and Thursday 7 December in Paris, at Palais des congrès. You'll find us speaking and networking at stand H24, inside the OW2 community booth. Check out the schedule and list of speakers and make sure to generate your visitor's badge.

🎤 The talks

On Wednesday, you can join Ludovic on an in-depth and insightful discussion about The Importance of Collaborative Applications for European Digital Sovereignty from 15:20 to 15:40, in room 153. The key points of his presentation will revolve around:

  • The European Digital Sovereignty gaining ground in front of the Big Tech companies
  • The progress made in the last years by different providers of open-source solutions (NextCloud, Matrix, BigBlueButton, Jitsi, XWiki, CryptPad and others)
  • Some important European initiatives to regain Digital Sovereignty such as the German openDesk project (previously known as Sovereign Workplace project) and the French initiatives such as the French Cloud Collaborative projects from France 2030, the DINUM project and the French National Education projects.

Later that day, from 17:20 to 17:40, Anca will speak in room 143 about Enterprise wikis in 2023, evolutions and trends. Be sure not to miss her presentation if you want to delve into:

  • How wikis have evolved and took the form of enterprise wikis to keep up with the needs of businesses to circulate knowledge
  • What features have been added to these wikis to ease access to non-technical users
  • How XWiki as an open-source enterprise wiki has evolved

💡 Got any questions for us?

We are looking forward to meeting you at OSXP this year and answer all the inquiries you might have on XWiki, CryptPad and our community! If you cannot attend the event but still have questions for us, feel free to contact us. Here are a few useful articles related to our upcoming talks at OSXP this year:

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