For Good First Issue is a curated list of open source projects that are also digital public goods and need the help of developers.
Tickets are $99 USD, and all proceeds will be donated to the Software Freedom Conservancy. Check out the schedule breakdown below:
On Wednesday, we’ve lined two options for you to choose from:
If you’re looking for some serious skills, sign up for advanced Git training from 11am-3pm. Become a Git expert as you learn from some of the best trainers in the world in a casual workshop setting.
If you’re looking for an adventure, join your fellow Git Merge attendees for guided tours of Paris, specially curated for you. Explore and enjoy Parisian food and culture before the conference gets underway.
By invitation only, we will also be holding a Git Contributors Summit on Wednesday for contributors and maintainers of core implementations. Email us at email@example.com if you’re a Git contributor who would like to attend.
Registration will open at 9am and the main event kicks off at 10am. We’ve assembled a group of speakers doing amazing things with Git, like:
- Junio Hamano, Google
- Rick Olson, GitHub
- Angelos Evripiotis, Bloomberg
- Emma Jane Hogbin Westby, author of Git for Teams
- John Garcia, Atlassian
- Dirk Lehmann, SAP
- Wilhelm Bierbaum, Twitter
- Edward Thomson, Microsoft
There will also be plenty of opportunities to discuss, learn, and collaborate on the future of Git with everyone in attendance. And of course we’ll wrap up the evening with a Git birthday party that you won’t want to miss.
We hope you’ll join us in Paris to celebrate 10 years of Git and the future of things to come. Check out the full site for more details, and to purchase your ticket.