The LibrePlanet Conference was held March 19th-21st in Cambridge, Massachusetts, at the Harvard University Science Center.
Please remember that this event is focused on free software, not open source. We have a set of guidelines for speakers, but we ask everyone to be mindful of the power of words and the importance of framing the issues being discussed and worked on in the best possible terms.
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Everyone who attends gets a free t-shirt too
Why you should attend:
- Learn about the latest developments with the GNU operating system
- Workshops, presentations and lightning talks from key free software projects
- Participate in group hacking projects or campaign discussions -- bring your laptop
- Learn about practical steps in free software advocacy.
This year we'll also be hosting a GNU Hackers Meeting and a track focused on finding ways to increase women's participation in free software. Plus we will have an address from the GNU project founder and FSF Board president Richard M. Stallman.
We have space for only 250 attendees, so please register, by adding your name to the wiki to secure your place! FSF associate members attend for free with non-members paying $60 -- so why not become a member?
Everyone who attends will also receive a LibrePlanet 2010 t-shirt.