Software Freedom Day Pretoria, South Africa
- Software Freedom Day (SFD) is an event held all over the world to celebrate and raise awareness of free and open source software.
- Our aim for SFD 2015 is to engage with and encourage computer users, local businesses, startups and other groups to use free software and promote the philosophy.
- We provide a friendly and accessible community to learn about and discuss free software.
- The Station lounge is 50m from the Pretoria Gautrain Platform
3 Places to grab something to eat and drink (Vida e Caffe / McDonalds / Fish & Chips)
Hackers, Hippies, Trouble makers, SysAdmins, Developers, Gurus, Padawans, All Humans, even Emacs Users
- Where: Station Lounge, Pretoria Gautrain Station
- When: Saturday, 19 September 2015
- Times: 9:00 - 14:00
- Free of charge, Space limited
Facebook event: CLICK HERE
== Agenda ==
- 9:15 Opening
- 9:25 Seapharo Phala - Open Source in Government
- 9:45 Dave Russell - Open Source and the Machine, Microsofts movement to more Open Software.
- 10:05 Leti Kleyn - Who is screwing with access to research you paid for?
- 10:25 Break
- 10:40 Aslam Raffee - Open Internet. The Copyright Amendment bill and Intellectual Property.
11:00 Shahn Van Zyl - OpenSource Assessments
- 11:20 Tim Haak - Bringing docker into your life
- 11:40 Henti Smith - Introduction to Bacula
- 12:00 Break
- 12:30 Nevar Fourie - Ethereum
- 13:10 Ross Addis - Software defined Data Center
- 13:30 Closing