LibrePlanet:Conference/2013/Lightning talks

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Lightning talks are short presentations given by conference attendees on free software topics they're passionate about. If you would like to give a talk, please add a bullet here, to the signup section below (your name optional). You'll also be able to sign up at the conferece.

If you'd like to suggest a topic but not necessarily give a talk, you're welcome to make a suggestion in the

  • FRDCSA: free software a.i./social software: multi-agent logics, computational semantics, and sequences of increasingly complete theorem provers in the service of social causes -- Andrew Dougherty
  • Coreboot: What you need to know about it. This talk has to take place before the coreboot install party. Its purpose is to give enough background to the people wanting coreboot to be installed on their computer(why coreboot, how to reflash,how to edit the variables etc...). -- Denis Carikli

Theme, Making Free Software Full Time: If your full time occupation is contributing to the software freedom movement full time, please give a lightning talk about how the revenue that pays your wages is generated.


Lightning Talk Signup (Sunday, March 24, 1:00 - 3:00)

1:00 - 1:15: Introductions

1:15 -

1:20 - Metadata Games - FOSS online games for tagging and exploring data in libraries, museums, and archives -- Robinson Tryon

1:25 - Free gaming on GNU/Linux: The LibrePlanet Gaming Collective and beyond --Mtraceur 18:51, 23 January 2013 (EST)

1:30 - Embedded metadata for a free culture -- Jonas Öberg

1:35 - Cupcake Bridge and the future of Tor bridge creation -- Griffin Boyce Glamrock 21:00, 23 March 2013 (EDT)

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1:45 -

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1:55 -

2:00 - Collecting the sum of all knowledge yet to be learned - Aaron E-J

2:05 -

2:10 - Integrating Etherpad Lite with MediaWiki (the EtherEditor Extension Talk) --Mtraceur 18:51, 23 January 2013 (EST)

2:15 - Wikipedia, VisualEditor, and Parsoid: Making the sum of human knowledge editable by humans --Mtraceur 14:06, 6 March 2013 (EST)

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2:35 - WorldVistA: Medical records, not completely GPL. End user involvement, moneyed opposition. Mary-Anne Wolf

2:40 - The Massachusetts Pirate Party: Open Government, Open Innovation, and Open Culture (Srevilak 07:36, 23 March 2013 (EDT))

2:45 - The Right to Own a Computer, Freedom of The Net, and the Home Router -- Jay Sulzberger

2:?? - Jalview and friends - sequence analysis for all! Making free software full-time Slides as a PDF -- Jim Procter


2:50 - 3:00 Wrap Up