Registration is OPEN for In-Person and OPEN for Virtual.
This year we have two types of registration: In Person and Virtual. In person registration will be available at the regular rate of US$600 up to 29 July and then at the late rate of US$750 after that. Virtual registration will be $50 and will give access to the BigBlueButton platform for a two way A/V connection into the conference. We will also be live streaming all our tracks for free and viewers of the live stream will be able to use the matrix chat to interact with the in person and virtual audiences.
To register to attend, please choose:
We will be offering a hobbyist discount of 50% on in-person registration for people not employed in a Linux or Linux related capacity. If you think you qualify, please send details to email@example.com for the hobbyist discount code.
The Cvent registration system we use is now integrated with the Linux Foundation Single sign-on (SSO) platform. After clicking on a link above, you will be prompted to log in with your existing SSO account or to create a new one.
If you have forgotten the password for an existing account, reset it by clicking “Forgot Password.”
You will also be able to use 3rd party authentication providers (Gmail, GitHub, LinkedIn, and Facebook) to automatically generate your SSO Account.
If you experience issues, click the “Contact Us” link on the SSO page to connect with the Linux Foundation support team.
To Request a Letter for a Visa Application
First, you must be registered above for the In Person event, then you should fill in this Google form to request a visa letter. Please be patient with processing times.
Hotel and Travel
We have a room block at the Omni Hotel (site of Plumbers). You will receive a booking link in the confirmation email when you register for the conference.
The most convenient airport to fly into is Richmond International (RIC). From there it is a short taxi or bus ride to downtown. It is also possible to fly in to the Washington area airport (IAD and DCA but not BWI) and take the train. If you do this, you should get on the train at Alexandria King Street station (Metro stop on blue and yellow lines; three stops below DCA and a 45 minute silver line change at Rosslyn ride from IAD; Washington Metro takes Apple and Goole wallets but not contactless credit/debit cards). Beware that not all Amtrak trains going south stop at Richmond Main Street (two blocks from the hotel). They do all stop at Richmond Staples Mill, but that's about nine miles west of the hotel.