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Kenote speakers

Invited speakers

Name Comment Status

Proposed keynote speakers

Name Comment
Marcin Jakubowski Founder of Open Source Evology. Hacks the Global Village Construction Set. Builds open source tractors and other farm equipment.
Richard Stallman President of FSF. GNU Project.
Gabriella Coleman Gabriella Coleman: Assistant Professor of Media, Culture, and Communication
Cory Doctorow Blogger, Author, Free Culture proponent etc
Manuel Castells Sociologist associated particularly with research into the information society and communications.
Yochai Benkler THE keynote speaker to have at FSCONS.
Sue Gardner Wikimedia Foundation Executive Director
Isobel Hadley-Kamptz Writer, freelance columnist, netizen icon
Farmor Gun Senior blogger and grandmother (blog in Swedish)
Pelle Snickars Head of Research at the Swedish National Archive of Recorded Sound and Moving Images. (now a part of National Library of Sweden), Articles (swedish) in SvD "under strecket" are linked from SLBA. Here is an interesting interview (swedish).
Lars Vilks Art Theorist
Christina Haralanova Currently a team member at LabCMO, Previously Managing Director at Internet Rights Bulgaria Foundation; Coordinator and trainer in FOSS at WITT. Also Women, Geeks, Culture
Trudy Barber
Niva Elkin Koren
Joi Ito
Vandana Shiva She is one of the leaders of the International Forum on Globalization, and a figure of the global solidarity movement known as the alter-globalization movement.
Charles Nesson One of the coolest law professors in history, currently leading a project to "reify university as a meta player in cyberspace": http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Nesson
Frederick Noronha Free Software chronicler from Goa, India
Danny O'Brien International Outreach Coordinator of EFF. Started Open Rights Group with Cory Doctorow
Alan Cox Kernel hacker .....
Andrew Morton Kernel hacker
Pippa Buchanan P2P University and more
Benjamin Mako Hill ".. a scholar, technologist, programmer and free software and free culture activist"
Ilkka Tuomi
John Perry Barlow
John Gilmore
Heidi Grande Røys Norwegian minister responsible for the Open Standards policy and the Friprog centre. Has just released a book under a CC licence.
Franz Nahrada Global Villages
Alex Rollin works on open source car and is doing a project with Smári on peer-to-peer gratitude based currencies
Marcin Jakubowski http://www.openfarmtech.org
Clay Shirky Author of Here Comes Everybody: On Organizing Without Organizations - http://www.herecomeseverybody.org/
Lawrence Liang Author of Guide to Open Licences and involved in almost everything FSCONS stands for. Read more at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lawrence_Liang
Charles Leadbeater Author of "We-think: The Power of Mass Creativity" (See his amazing talks on TED and/or youtube)
Chris Anderson of wired magazine is a good idea for a keynote speaker
Bruce Schneier Excellent high-profile speaker with a security focus
James Boyle

Conference and theme speakers

Name Comment Status
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