Over and Out

In 2010 we announced that this would be the last FOSS.IN. The Team felt it had done it’s best and brought a superb event to the open source community in India.

Early 2012, we decided an encore was called for and we did yet another FOSS.IN. A fantastic event with a magical ending and we think that now it is truly time for FOSS.IN to shutdown.

We would like to thank all the delegates, sponsors, friends and families of FOSS.IN over the years, we know the event would not have been possible without you and we are grateful for that.

The website shall continue essentially as an archive.

Thank you all.


Magical Ending Keynote at FOSS.IN

Tradition has it that we have a completely off-beat keynote to bring to wrap up FOSS.IN every year. And this year, we bring you the most off-beat keynote of them all – full of magic and mind-hacks.

Our closing keynote is renowned usability expert and magician, Nakul Shenoy!

Nakul is well known for his completely mindblowing presentations that thoroughly mix magic, usability and fun. He travels the world enthralling his audiences drawn from top corporates.   With performances spanning Asia, the Middle East, Europe, UK and the USA, Nakul Shenoy is one of a few elite performers dedicated to psychic entertainment and the only entertainer in India to have presented seven TEDx talks (and counting).

Be prepared for a magical experience to wrap up this year’s FOSS.IN! :)


Offline ticket purchases

A number of people have informed us that they are unable to purchase tickets because they don’t have credit/debit cards (or are unwilling to use them) or netbanking. Their only option is to purchase tickets at the venue – but that will cost them more, for no fault of theirs.

Our problem is that walk-ins skew all our logistics (food, goodies), which is why we have higher ticket rates for walk-ins.

So we are going to take a rather big risk here.
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