On 16th and 17th September 2023, some of the team from Collabora Online had the pleasure of joining our partners Nextcloud at the Nextcloud Conference 2023 held at MotionLab, Berlin. It was a privilege to meet so many of their team, new and old, as well as wider members of the open source community.
The conference kicked off with the key note introducing Nextcloud Hub 6 which focuses on creating a healthy meeting culture and implementing a local AI, Nextcloud Assistant.
Fabrice Mous also presented the very latest Hub 6 Office features including features from our Collabora Online 23.05 release such as typography settings, shortcut overlays and change tracking for numbered lists and our 23.05.4 release which includes font previews. The new release also sees 2x faster performance in loading comments and rendering documents.
Check out the Nextcloud Hub 6 key note – it’s definitely worth a watch to see all the exciting advancements that are available now!
Over the weekend, key note speakers Max Schrems, Simon Phipps and Katrin Fritsch shared about various European data privacy policies, The Fourth Sector and why digital sustainability is important. There were also panel sessions, lightning talks from the community and practical workshops.
Live stream day one:
Live stream day two:
Collabora Online’s contributions
On Saturday, Michael Meeks gave a workshop in the ‘big blue bus’ about how to contribute to Collabora Online.
On the Sunday, Michael Meeks also presented a lightning talk about the updates that have been implemented to Collabora Online (Nextcloud Office) over the past 6 months. We’re not sure how he managed to fit it all into 10 minutes as there’s been so many new features and improvements!
Watch Michael’s lightning talk here:
To find out more about our integration with Nextcloud, check out our Nextcloud partner page.
See where we’ll be exhibiting or visiting next: