FSCONS Partnership

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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 info@fscons.org.

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.

Current partners

Theme organisers

Separate track organisers

  • KDE
  • Serengeti

Media partners


  • Google
  • IT-Universitetet
  • Älvstranden Utveckling

How do you become a sponsor?

Read the FSCONS 2011 Sponsorship Invitation


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Speakers announced via Identi.ca and blog

When announced Speaker Title Track
12/9 kyrah The revolution will not be televised! (But will it be on YouTube?) Civil Rights and the Internet
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
Mathias Klang Off the grid: Is anonymity possible? Civil Rights and the Internet

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