Loading…
September 13-16, 2022
Dublin, Ireland + Virtual
View More Details & Registration
Note: The schedule is subject to change.

The Sched app allows you to build your schedule but is not a substitute for your event registration. You must be registered for Open Source Summit Europe 2022 to participate in the sessions. If you have not registered but would like to join us, please go to the event registration page to purchase a registration.

This schedule is automatically displayed in Irish Standard Time (UTC +1). To see the schedule in your preferred timezone, please select from the drop-down menu to the right, above "Filter by Date."

IMPORTANT NOTE: Timing of sessions and room locations are subject to change.

NM

Nicole Martinelli

Intel
Editorial director, Open.intel
Nicole Martinelli dedicates both her work and free time to open source. She’s currently the editorial director at open.intel, where she manages communications channels including a website, blogs, social media and video. Previously, she served for five years as editor for Superuser, a publication dedicated to open infrastructure. An OpenStreetMap volunteer since 2015, she founded Resiliency Maps (www.resliencymaps.org), a community project that aims to put assets and hazards in clear view using open-source tools and open collaboration. Having worn so many hats and talked to so many different kinds of people about open source over the years helped her “sell” the idea of using these tools to make prototype maps for the San Francisco Fire Department’s Neighborhood Emergency Response Team and convince the United Nations to feature the project in “Words into Action” guidelines. As a freelance journalist her, work has appeared in the Economist.com, Wired, the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal Europe, BBC2, Newsweek, Discovery Channel and the Italian-language editions of Linux Magazine, Wired and Vanity Fair. A San Francisco native, she’s spent about half her life in Italy, which means she’s always on time but still clock-watches when cooking pasta.