Facilitator: Donald Robertson
See https://libreplanet.org/2018/program for time and location info.
Lightning talks are five-minute presentations given by conference attendees on free software topics they're passionate about.
If you would like to give a talk, please add a title, short description and (optionally) your name to the list below. You'll also be able to sign up at the conference, or just walk up, if there is time remaining.
Please make sure your lightning talks are about free software-related issues and projects, and don't advocate proprietary software or Services as a Software Substitute (SaaSS). There are many conferences focused on "open source," but we're proud that people come to LibrePlanet to be part of the free software movement. In your presentations, please use the term "free software" rather than "open source" to help us keep LibrePlanet focused on computer user freedom as an ethical social movement. We appreciate it, and your audience will too.
You will be required to sign a speaker release before giving your talk, as the talks are going to be recorded.
To ensure a conference that's safe and fun for everyone, we take our Safe Space Policy very seriously. We'd appreciate it if you looked it over before planning your presentation.
You're welcome to bring a slide deck, as long as it works without requiring proprietary software. We recommend PDF or the .odp format readable by LibreOffice Impress. If you are using slides, please bring them to the lightning talk facilitator before you plan to talk, to save time during the presentations. The lightning talks won't be streamed. If you'd like to suggest a topic, but not necessarily give a talk, you're welcome to make a suggestion on the Discussion area for this page.
Our tips for an awesome lightning talk:
- Be as selective as possible with what you cover. (In our experience, a 5-minute talk cannot cover what a 15-minute talk covers and still be effective.)
- Use a large, reader-friendly font for all your slides.
- Keep your number of slides low and take care not to visually overload them.
Talk Signup List
- Visual Bash - A fed framework Barre Open Systems Institute, Flint
- TechnoRubble - Have fun, save money & the world Barre Open Systems Institute, Flint
- Bicycles as a metaphor for FLOSS - Historically biking has been associated with many things including health, happiness, and feminism. Why not Free Software? - Wm Salt Hale
- educode.be an international conference in Brussels, Belgium, 27-29 August 2018, to inform, train and make the education community reflect on the challenges of the digital world - Nicolas Pettiaux
- OpenSeaMap an effort to map the sea ground and make free depth maps of the sea - Nicolas Pettiaux
- EXPeriments for Young Scientits and Engineers make open-science a reality for less than 60 $ - Nicolas Pettiaux
- Autocrypt - End-to-End Encrypted E-mail for Everyone (slides) Daniel Kahn Gillmor
- Hacking Music Notation Systems - Using GNU LilyPond and Guile Scheme to create sheet music in alternative music notation systems like Clairnote. Paul Morris
- Secure Scuttlebutt - Joey Hess
- Using Python and Sphinx to Develop a Free and Open Source Role Playing Game - Michael McMahon
- subdo, Thomas Levine
- debug-me - Joey Hess
- Technoethical - An international project focused on ethical tech, Kurtis Hanna
- A brief introduction to GNU screen. murph
- GPL3 and Cancer Research - a story about a Genome Researcher from Australia and his inspiration to look at GPL3 for medical research tools https://github.com/FowlerLab/Enrich2 - Aimee Maree Forsstrom
- The Future of Computing and Why You Should Care - Todd Weaver
- Where are the women? - Eris
- Global Rescue Systems Free software and volunteer first responders - Dr. Tom McKellips, Cody Mckellips