I was at FOSDEM last week-end. As usual there, I spent an excellent week-end. It was really nice to see all those friends again (and even meet some friends for the first time, hi gaston/carxwol/atmaniak!) Only problem is, FOSDEM is definitely too short ;-)
To make this post a bit more interesting, I did some homework. The opening talk about FreeBSD had those stats about developers’ age, so I made the same ones for Debian (using the birthDate LDAP field, which was filled in by 340 DDs). Here is the graph. It would be interesting to compare that with other communities, which are sometimes perceived as “younger”.