Jolla, the Finnish company behind the recently unveiled Sailfish OS, will be present at this year's Free and Open source Software Developers' European Meeting (FOSDEM). According to the Jolla Users Blog, Jolla will have a stand at the event, and employee Marko Mattila will give a presentation. The company hopes to attract more developers to its platform before its first product launch.
Sailfish OS is an open source mobile operating system based on the previous work of the MeeGo project. Jolla unveiled the platform back in November of 2012. Jolla emphasized the need for a truly open ecosystem and positioned its offering as the first genuinely open option. They hope to build a business model that will bring in new profits both for their company and developers.
FOSDEM is a free event which offers open source communities a place to meet and collaborate. FOSDEM claims to bring together over 5,000 "geeks" from around the world. This year's event will take place in Brussels, Belgium and is scheduled for February 2 & 3.