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Revision as of 11:13, 10 October 2011
We're welcoming both new and old partners to get in touch with us if you're interested in becoming a partner this year as well. Please email us at email@example.com.
What is partnership
You can become an FSCONS partner in many ways. Either you can help us organise a range of presentations as a Theme organiser, or some separate presentations (Separate track organisers) or as a sponsor.
Separate track organisers
- Please refer to: fscons.org sponsors list page
- Älvstranden Utveckling
How do you become a sponsor?
Read the FSCONS 2011 Sponsorship Invitation
Note that identi.ca at the present has not enabled the forwarding to twitter but will soon. So we have to manually x-post on twitter til they have fixed that. See their service status for updates
Speakers announced via Identi.ca and blog
|12/9||kyrah||The revolution will not be televised! (But will it be on YouTube?)||Human Rights and Digital Freedom|
|14/9||Jonas Bonn, Julius Baxter & Olof Kindgren||The OpenRISC Project||Development for Embedded Systems|
|16/9||Per Andersson||Basic Data Security||Workshop|
|20/9||Daniel Melin||Free Software in the Swedish public sector||Free Software in Politics|
|21/9||Christina Haralanova||Keynote: Hackers for Social Justice||Keynote|
|23/9||Jeremiah C. Foster ( @jeremiah )||Embedded Free Software/Open Source in your car||Development for Embedded Systems|
|26/9||Håkan Lidbo & Magnus Frenning||Talk: Invisi-ball - A ball game for visually impaired||Universal Design — Aiming for Accessibility|
|27/9||Blogpost: Stallman and Haralanova to FSCONS||Keynote||Keynote|
|27/9||Haralanova and Stallman keynotes on FSCONS (linking to blog)||Keynote||Keynote|
|29/9||Nikolay Georgiev||Open Source Ecology - the hardware foundation for modern civilization||The Future of Money|
|30/9||Frederik Gladhorn||Accessibility for Qt and KDE||Free Desktop Environments|
|4/10||Matthias Kirschner||Non-free software advertisement presented by your government||Free Software in Politics|
|5/10||Johan Söderberg||Reproducing machines, reproducing economic relations||Building Together — Manufacturing Solidarity|
|6/10||Mathias Klang||Off the grid: Is anonymity possible?||Human Rights and Digital Freedom|
|7/10||Some speakers announced on the blog||Blogpost - Speakers pt.1||Various|
|10/10||Robert Scheck||Fedora - Community-based Development||Development in Free Software Communities|