What: The Free Society Conference and Nordic Summit (FSCONS) is a yearly conference focusing on areas of technology, society and culture. The conference is stewarded by the non-profit organisation Föreningen fri kultur och programvara (FFKP), an organisation in which all participants are members. The conference is a grass-roots event that encourages networking and dialogue, and everyone is invited to participate in the work.
When: 9-11th of November 2012 (some events might happen in the week leading up to the conference, and the yearly meeting of the FFKP is planned to take place on the eve of the 8th of November.
Getting involved: Please get in touch with one of the organisers, either directly or by mailing firstname.lastname@example.org. We need people for everything, organising the conference (see below), or participating as staff during the conference days. Get in touch, and we'll guide you!
Organisers and structure
FSCONS is hosted by the non-profit organisation Föreningen fri kultur och programvara and its board is responsible for the long term planning of the conference. For each year, a team of organisers is formed, consisting of people that work during the year to organise the conference (if you want to help out, see "Getting involved" above!).
The organisers do their work within a number of aspects of the conference which they either coordinate the work in, or participate in. Organisers meet roughly every 2-3 weeks and when needed through mailing lists to discuss topics that are common to more than one aspect of the conference.
First meeting Monday March 12, 2012
- We'll meet for the first planning meeting on Monday March 12, 2012, at Room "Grupprum 1" in the student union building "Kårhuset" at Chalmers Johanneberg at 17.00--19.00.
Program and tracks
- Embeddded systems (Hesa)
- FSFE - Legal (fsfe)
- FSFE - Do it yourselves (fsfe)
- Open entertainment (Jonas)
- Open security (Klondike)
- Wikimedia (also workshop) (Wikimedia sverige/norden)
- Decentralised society (Stian)
- Web science (probably also workshop) (Torbjörn Lager, Mathias Klang)
More tracks will be added when confirmed.
Drop whatever ideas you have here, including for speakers and topics.
Please read our FSCONS Manifest.