SLinux Users of Victoria and Free Software Melbourne Present...
Software Freedom Day 2013 : Free Software for a Free Society
Software Freedom Day is an international event celebrating of Free Software. Starting in 2004 in now hosts over a thousand events in over forty countries.
The Melbourne event will be held on Saturday, September 21st, 9.30 to 17.00 at 110 Grey Street East Melbourne (Melbourne Unitarian Church hall) It's about 5 minutes from Jolimont Station , or a brisk 10 minute walk from Parliament station or West Richmond.
- Melways 44 G8 == 2G E2 -37.811649,144.984811
There's plenty of parking at the site as well!
9.30 Opening, Jon Lawrence, Executive of Electronic Frontiers Australia
10.00 Andrew Pam, Content Creation with Free Software Tools
11.00 Pat Sunter, Free and Open Source In Public Decision-Making
12.00 Adam Bolte, Protecting Yourself Online
14.00 Ben McGinnes, Pirate Party's Policy on Copyright and Patents
15.00 Kathy Reid, The Orgnisation of Free Software Communities
16.00 Lev Lafayette, Beyond Software - Steps Towards A Free Society
Displays of OLPC (One Laptop per Child), open source 3-D printing, and Raspberry Pi.
Plus plenty of t-shirts, software and other paraphernalia giveaways, videos and a free lunch (with open sauce).
Sugar-on-a-stick giveaway; This CD boots Sugar on a Stick, version 9 Avocado http://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/Sugar_on_a_Stick (Fedora-Live-SoaS-i686-19-1). The directory Win32-SFD-2013 contains other Free Software which is not part of Sugar on a Stick
SFD Melbourne 2013
While preparation is on-going you can still check what we did in 2012 here