"Sprints" are developer meetings to work on specific parts of Debian and having fun doing so.
Volunteers contribute their own free time, enthusiasm, and work; Debian tries hard to support sprints financially, although that is possible only thank to generous donations to Debian from people and other entities who care about Debian.
check the sprint HOWTO for information on how to organize a sprint
frequently used / "Debian-friendly" venues (e.g. venues who have in the past offered for free or discount venues to hold Debian sprints)
For all other information about the sprint program, please get in touch with the debian-sprints mailing list.
you can support Debian sprints with your donations to the Debian project
To create a new page for a sprint, enter the name of your team or topic of the sprint using CamelCase (no need to include the word "sprint") and press the button. Once you have filled in the template, please add a link to it in the list below.
l10n-portuguese translation Sprint May 2020
Debian Perl Sprint May 2020
Debian Ruby Sprints in Paris, 2020.
Debian Edu / Skolelinux Sprint June 2019
Debian Perl Sprint May 2019
Local Team DebConf19 at Campus Party Brazil (São Paulo) - Feb 2019
Local Team DebConf19 Curitiba at FTSL - October 2018
Debian Cloud Team Sprint October 2018
Debian Perl Sprint May 2018
Debian Perl Sprint 2017 in Lloret de Mar (May 18-21)
Reproducible Builds Hamburg Hackathon 2017 (May 4-8th)
Debian Med 2017 Sprint in Bucharest (Jan 12-16)
Reproducible Builds Summit 2 in Berlin (December 13-15 2016)
Debian Edu 2016 Sprint in Oslo (Nov 25-27)
?oauth2 sprint @ DebConf
KGB sprint @ DebCamp15 (cancelled)
Please contact the DPL at <email@example.com> for comments about the sprint program.
Thanks to Junta de Extremadura, which first introduced the notion of development sprints in Debian, under the name of Extremadura work sessions