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[[!meta title="Subplot and FOSDEM 2022 talk"]]
[[!meta author="Daniel Silverstone"]]
[[!meta date="2022-02-26 22:30:00 +0000"]]

As many of you may be aware, I work with [Lars Wirzenius][] on a project
we call [Subplot][] which is a tool for writing documentation which helps
all stakeholders involved with a proejct to understand how the project meets
its requirements.

At the start of February we had [FOSDEM][] which was once again online, and
I decided to give a talk in the [Safety and open source][saos] devroom to
introduce the concepts of safety argumentation and to bring some attention
to how I feel that Subplot could be used in that arena. You can view the
talk on the FOSDEM website at some point in the future when they
manage to finish transcoding all the amazing talks from the weekend, or if
you are more impatient, on [Youtube][yttalk], whichever you prefer.

If, after watching the talk, or indeed just reading about Subplot on our website,
you are interested in learning more about Subplot, or talking with us about
how it might fit into your development flow, then you can find Lars and
myself in [the Subplot Matrix Room][matrix] or else on any number of IRC networks
where I hang around as `kinnison`.

[lars wirzenius]: https://liw.fi/
[subplot]: https://subplot.tech/
[fosdem]: https://fosdem.org/2022/
[saos]: https://fosdem.org/2022/schedule/track/safety_and_open_source/
[yttalk]: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=isCboOFy0CI
[matrix]: https://matrix.to/#/#subplot:matrix.org