OLF Conference 2021

Welcoming all Free and Open Source Software professionals, enthusiasts, and everyone interested in learning more about Free and Open Source Software.

Save the date: we have confirmed December 3 and 4! Keep an eye on our news page for announcements about the details.

Volunteer at OLF

We need your help! Giving back to the Linux and free and Open Source community has never been more fun.

Sponsor OLF

You’ll be selling to the largest audience of users of Free and Open Source Source Software in the Midwest.

Hosting Sponsors

Oregon State University Open Source Lab
Pair Networks

2021 Registration Now Open!

If you have been wondering when the 2021 OLF Conference registration would be open, wait no more! Ticket sales are now live. We have been hard at work behind the scenes to define our COVID safety plan. Please read the full policy before registering, but take note that...

Emerging Survey

We are excited to return in person to Columbus for 2021, but we understand that not everyone may be comfortable with traveling and/or attending group events. The survey below is for people who are interested in this year's conference to let us know what format they...

Back in Columbus for 2021!

It's been a difficult 16 months for everyone, but the OLF Conference is looking forward to returning in person to the Hyatt Regency Columbus this year. We are pleased to announce that we have a signed contract, and our event will be taking place on December 3 and 4,...

2021 Call for Presentations Opened

The OLF Conference is returning to Columbus for 2021! We are planning to have an in-person event that will also be livestreamed online. Is there a Free and Open Source Software topic you'd like to present about? Let us know! Please submit your proposal by Friday,...

2020 Edited Videos are Live

If you haven't been following our YouTube channel (and why not?), you may not have noticed that edited videos of our 2020 presentations went up! These are higher-quality than the stream videos (1080p vs. 720p), and the speakers don't overlap the slides. Huge thanks to...