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Software Freedom Day Melbourne, Australia
This page is not actively maintained. Please visit our official web site.
But here's the key details
When? 11am - 4pm Saturday 18 September 2010
Where? State Library of Victoria.
Corner of Swanston and La Trobe Streets, City of Melbourne
How much? Free entry!
More Info? See the Official web site
Contact? ben @ softwarefreedom.com.au, dale @ madinmelbourne.com.au
Add it to your diary with this link: sfd10-melb.ics
Thank you to everyone for the 2009 event
A very big thank you to everybody who participated in Melbourne's part of this global event in 2009. We had an outstanding day meeting new people and introducing free software for all operating systems — GNU/Linux, Windows and Mac OS. We answered lots of questions ranging from beginners to experienced. We also had an amazing response from Chadstone shoppers.
Picked up a disc and want to know more? Come along to our next Linux Users Victoria Beginners Workshop. This is a free of charge event held on the third Saturday of every month. It's very welcoming event for people of all ages.
Archived information from Software Freedom Day Melbourne 2009
For pics of SFD in 2008 see
For More Information see....
General Information about Free and Open Source Software
http://www.fsf.org/ Free Software Foundation
http://www.opensource.org/ The Open Source Initiative
http://www.iosn.net/ International Open Source Network
http://www.linux.org.au/ Linux Australia
http://www.openoffice.org/ Open Office: Office Software Package
http://www.mozilla.com/firefox/ Firefox: Web Browser
Press Release Archive
Coverage from previous years
Plan your Software Freedom Day Activities Angus Kidman, Lifehacker
Australia Gears up for Software Freedom Day Liz Tay, ITNews
Software Freedom Day 2008: Updated Hamish Taylor, iTWire
Software Freedom Day 2008 Hamish Taylor, iTWire
Taking FOSS to the masses (2007) Sam Varghese, iTWire