This weekend is the FOSDEM weekend, and as usual the LibreOffice project will be one of the leading forces behind the virtual event (as in 2021).
Community members will present their talks at the LibreOffice Technology devroom, on Saturday from 1:30PM to 6PM, and on Sunday from 10AM to 6PM: https://fosdem.org/2022/schedule/track/libreoffice_technology/. Details of each presentation - links to streaming and chat rooms - by clicking on the title of the talk.
We will also have a stand: https://stands.fosdem.org/stands/libreoffice/.
Tomorrow I will open the main Community track at 10AM with the talk: "Making a community-managed FOSS project sustainable in the medium- to long-term". Although you may have already listened to the presentation, you are all invited: https://fosdem.org/2022/schedule/event/community_sustainable/.
I will also speak at the Legal and Policy Issues devroom tomorrow at 2:30PM about: "Why the pandemic could help FOSS, but was a win for proprietary software".
The schedule for the different tracks is here: https://fosdem.org/2022/schedule/tracks/.
Please let me know if I forgot something (maybe, a talk from someone I don't know but is a member of the LibreOffice community).
See you at FOSDEM !!!