A common feature of many conferences, including Ohio LinuxFest, is "Birds of a Feather" sessions (commonly known as BoFs). These are returning this year on the evening of Friday, October 24 from 6-8pm, possibly running until 9pm if necessary. BoFs are an opportunity for people interested in a particular project, technology, or idea to get together for roundtable discussion. It can be about a software project, it can be a GPG keysigning party, a discussion about building Linux User Groups -- if you can facilitate the conversation, let us know and we'll see if we can accommodate you! If you're interested in organizing one, please fill in this Google form or contact our BoF coordinator John at firstname.lastname@example.org.