The schedule for the conference has been published for the conference and can be
found in the CFP system. Please check out all the great talks we have!
The stream is going to be available through the CCC Video Operation Center,
which will be hosting our main stream, and a re-stream on Twitch.
Twitch channel: https://www.twitch.tv/archlinuxconf
For questions during the Q&A sessions, one can use the IRC channel
or write them on the Twitch chat. We will try our best to pick up the questions
and forward them to the presenter.
For an overview of the available streams and quick links, please head over to the stream page.
After the conference, the talks are going to be uploaded to our own archive and the C3VOC.
Volunteers for the conference
If you want to help out during the conference, we currently need people to help
relaying questions to our lovely presenters. This requires you to be available
during one (or more) of the talks, have a working camera, microphone and join a
Jitsi session with the presenter.
You can join the IRC channel #archlinux-conf on Freenode, or send an email to
firstname.lastname@example.org as we are planning a meeting through the week if you are
Cheers from the conference team!
During the weekend of 10th and 11th of October there is going to be an online
Arch Linux conference. The details are currently being worked on, but the Call
for Participation has been
published and people can submit their talk ideas until the 18th of September.
All talks are expected to be recorded as it will ease the planning for the live
portion of the stream, however there are going to be live Q&A session with the
presenters if they are available. For accepted submissions the recording should
be submitted no later then 7 days prior to the conference. Information how to
record a talk is available on the
For any questions please email email@example.com
Cheers from the conference team!
During the 5th and 6th of October, 21 team members attended the very first
internal Arch Conf. We spent 2 days at Native Instruments in Berlin having
workshops, discussions and hack sessions together. We even managed to get into,
and escape, an escape room!
It was a great and productive weekend which we hope will continue in the next
years. Hopefully we will be able to expand on this in the future and include
more community members and users.
There is a report available for the workshops and discussions
from the conference!
Licensed under CC-BY-NC-SA 4.0 by the Arch Linux team
Pictures (Cloud Link)
Licensed under CC-BY-NC-ND 4.0 by the Arch Linux team
We are happy to announce, that we will be hosting a community-centric
(developers, trusted users and support staff) event in October (the weekend of
the 5th and 6th to be exact) this year. For more information, see the
Arch Conf will happen at Native
Space (the community space of
Native Instruments GmbH). For details
on the exact location and how to get there, please check out the
To sign up, please write to
firstname.lastname@example.org, answering the following
- Who are you?
- Do you have any food allergies? Are you vegetarian, or vegan?
- Do you need support for travel costs?
- In your opinion, what would be the most important things for the group as a
whole to achieve at this event?
- What do you personally want to get out of the event?
- What specific topics do you want to make sure are addressed on the agenda?
The sign up deadline is 4th September 2019.
We hope to see as many of you as possible there to make this an awesome and