Digital sustainability - why it matters to create a just and green internet for all
Newly adopted Transatlantic Data Privacy Framework
The Fourth Sector: an often overlooked and misunderstood sector in the European worldview
Nextcloud for Content Creators
OpenAPI and Neon: Discussion and hands-on experience
Kate Döen & Nikolas RimikisDone
Nextcloud as a twelve factor app - Running Nextcloud in containers
Encryption Recovery Tools: How to re-implement the Nextcloud encryption and rescue broken files
Building High Performance Nextcloud apps: Lessons Learnt from "Memories"
Nextcloud shares: user testing and their benefits for User Experience
Frank Karlitschek is a long time open source contributor and privacy
activist. He contributed to KDE and other free software projects since
the end of the 90s and was a board member of the KDE e.V. He is a
regular keynote speaker at conferences.
He managed engineering teams for over 20 years and worked as head of unit and managing director at different internet companies. 2007 he founded a startup which develops social networking and e-commerce products for several fortune 500 companies. Over the years he helped several startups with management consulting and investments to bootstrap and build successful products.
Frank launched several initiatives over the years to make the internet more secure and more federated. Examples are the open collaboration services and the user data manifesto.
In 2010 he started the ownCloud project, developed and released the first version and lead the project since then. In 2011 he co-founded ownCloud Inc. to offer commercial services around ownCloud. In 2016 he left ownCloud together with the core team and founded Nextcloud as successor to bring the vision to the next level. He currently serves as CEO at Nextcloud GmbH.