@GetTogetherComm Have you seen openSUSE's OSEM? It's our event manager. It's unlikely to be useful to you from a code perspective as it's Ruby, but in case it wasn't on your radar, I thought I'd point it out. It has some really nice features.

Here's the repo
github.com/openSUSE/osem

@druonysus Yep, I even played with it a bit setting up which uses it. It seems to be the most polished and functional FOSS option for conference-style events

@GetTogetherComm Oh awesome. It's really getting very feature rich and rather polished, but I really prefer the direction of GetTogether. Especially as part of the Fediverse.

@druonysus BTW, did you know we can group teams under a common "organization" like how Meetup Pro works? Here's one we setup for GNOME: gettogether.community/org/gnom

Since there are already two OpenSUSE teams in GetTogether.Community, we can make create and org for them too if there's interest.

Orgs let you collaborate on multi-team events like release-parties or hackathons

@GetTogetherComm how do we go about collecting all the different openSUSE groups under one org? Do I need to just reach out to all the other organizers?

@druonysus The other OpenSUSE team is in Jakarta, Indonesia (and coincidentally run by a friend of mine)
gettogether.community/opensuse

@GetTogetherComm Oh nice! thank you!! I need really need to try to track down all openSUSE and SUSE teams and invite them. I haven't even tried yet.

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