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Kommende Veranstaltungen

FSFE in FrosCon in St. Augustin, Germany

20 – 21 August 2022

The FSFE will be present in the Free and Open Source Software Conference with a booth, two talks, and a workshop. Lina Ceballos, FSFE Project Manager, will present 'REUSE: Making copyright and licensing compliance easier'.

Matthias Kirschner, FSFE President, will give an author reading of the book Ada und Zangemann. Florian Snow, FSFE Technical Advisor, will give an Upcycling Android workshop, showing to people how they can flash phones and install a Free Software operating system. 

FSFE Women group meeting in St. Augustin, Germany

20 August 2022

FSFE Women is a group for women* who are interested in Free Software. We get together about once a month online to meet, give talks about topics we find interesting in the area of Free Software and discuss recent developments.

We are planning to have our next in-person meeting at FrOSCon! Time and place TBC, join our mailing list for more information. Save the date if there is a chance you can be around in the Cologne/Bonn/Düsseldorf area that weekend.  

'Modernising Public Infrastructure with Free Software' presentation in Caltanissetta, Italy

09 September 2022

We want legislation requiring that publicly financed software developed for the public sector be made publicly available under a Free and Open Source Software licence. If it is public money, it should be public code as well.

Francesco Bonnano, Software developer and FSFE volunteer from the local group Sicily; and Professor Michele Calà will present the 'Public Money? Public Code' campaign at 10:00 in Aula Magna (Auditorium) of I.I.S.S. Luigi Russo - 48/d Leone XIII Street. The presentation is in Italian, everyone can participate at no cost, and no registration is needed. 

FSFE Hamburg local group meeting in Hamburg, Germany

12 September 2022

The FSFE Hamburg local group is open for any Free Software enthusiasts and has regular monthly meetings. The meetings take place at 19:00 in German. The place of the next meeting is TBC, but you can find the places we usually meet in the group's wiki page. Join our mailing list, where you will be informed about the place we meet and about the topics that will be discussed.  

FSFE Hamburg local group meeting in Hamburg, Germany

10 October 2022

The FSFE Hamburg local group is open for any Free Software enthusiasts and has regular monthly meetings. The meetings take place at 19:00 in German. The place of the next meeting is TBC, but you can find the places we usually meet in the group's wiki page. Join our mailing list, where you will be informed about the place we meet and about the topics that will be discussed.  

FSFE Hamburg local group meeting in Hamburg, Germany

09 November 2022

The FSFE Hamburg local group is open for any Free Software enthusiasts and has regular monthly meetings. The meetings take place at 19:00 in German. The place of the next meeting is TBC, but you can find the places we usually meet in the group's wiki page. Join our mailing list, where you will be informed about the place we meet and about the topics that will be discussed.  

FSFE Hamburg local group meeting in Hamburg, Germany

08 December 2022

The FSFE Hamburg local group is open for any Free Software enthusiasts and has regular monthly meetings. The meetings take place at 19:00 in German. The place of the next meeting is TBC, but you can find the places we usually meet in the group's wiki page. Join our mailing list, where you will be informed about the place we meet and about the topics that will be discussed.  

Vergangene Veranstaltungen

FSFE Hamburg local group meeting in Hamburg, Germany

11 August 2022

The FSFE Hamburg local group will meet on Thursday 11 August at 19:00 for its regular monthly meeting. Fellow FSFE supporters and anyone who is interested is welcome. The meeting takes place in German and participation is at no cost. The place of meeting is still to be announced, but you can find the places we usually meet in the group's wiki page. We would also encourage you to join our mailing list, where you will be informed about the place we meet and about the topics that will be discussed. 

FSFE Hamburg local group meeting in Hamburg, Germany

11 August 2022

The FSFE Hamburg local group is open for any Free Software enthusiasts and has regular monthly meetings. The meetings take place at 19:00 in German. The place of the next meeting is TBC, but you can find the places we usually meet in the group's wiki page. Join our mailing list, where you will be informed about the place we meet and about the topics that will be discussed.  

Translators team meeting (online)

08 August 2022

The FSFE's Translators team is mainly responsible for translating information about Free Software on the FSFE's webpage into other languages. The FSFE's Translators team has been helping to make information about Free Software available to everyone by translating them to more languages and thereby reducing language barriers.

At our second meeting we are happy to welcome new team members, learn about the webpreview tool and FSFE's git-instance and also play some fun games together. The meeting will take place on the 8th of August and begin at 7 o'clock till 9 o'clock (CEST). The link to the meeting will be shared on the translators mailing list (https://lists.fsfe.org/mailman/listinfo/translators). Everybody who is interested in translating is welcome! 

FSFE Netherlands get-together (online)

20 July 2022

The monthly meeting of FSFE Netherlands. The meeting will be from 20:00 until 22:00 CEST on the conference server. It is usually quite 'gezellig' and so most stay until 23:00, but you can leave whenever you see fit. The meeting is open for everybody, and we'll switch to English if not everybody understands Dutch. More information can be found on the wiki. At the meetings we abide by the FSFE Code of Conduct. To join the meeting please send an email to country coordinator Nico Rikken (nico[dot]rikken[at]fsfe[dot]org), he will send you the meeting link and access code. 

FSFE Women group meeting (online)

20 July 2022

FSFE Women is a group for women* who are interested in Free Software. We get together about once a month online to meet, give talks about topics we find interesting in the area of Free Software and discuss recent developments.

Our upcoming online meeting takes place at 7.30pm CEST in our BBB room. This is going to be a casual evening again, so please bring your topics related to free software, news you like to share or ideas who to invite for guests for upcoming meetings. There is also the idea to create gimmicks with our logo, e.g. stickers but not only. 

FSFE Berlin local group meeting in Berlin, Germany

14 July 2022

The FSFE Berlin local group meets in-person every second Thursday of each month to discuss topics related to Free Software. Everyone who is interested in software freedom in welcome to join. Bring good vibes! The meeting is in German, at 19:00, parallel to the Linux Works LUG meeting. We meet at E-LOK in Laskerstraße 4-6, not far from Ostkreuz station.  

FSFE Hamburg local group meeting in Hamburg, Germany

13 July 2022

The FSFE Hamburg local group will meet on Wednesday 13 July at 19:00 for its regular monthly meeting. Fellow FSFE supporters and anyone who is interested is welcome. The meeting takes place in German and participation is at no cost. The place of meeting is still to be announced, but you can find the places we usually meet in the group's wiki page. We would also encourage you to join our mailing list, where you will be informed about the place we meet and about the topics that will be discussed. 

"Modernising Public Infrastructure with Free Software" talk in Erfurt, Germany

04 July 2022

On Monday 4 July, Matthias Kirschner, president of the FSFE, will give a talk at the 2nd eGovernment Congress Thüringen, which takes place in Erfurt, Germany. Matthias will talk from 10:15 to 11:15 CEST about the FSFE's Public Money? Public Code! framework, the importance of technical knowledge within the public administration, and the technical distribution of power. The event takes place at the Kongressbereich im Steigerwaldstadion (Arena), Mozartallee 3, 99096 Erfurt. Registration is required and the tickets costs 65€ plus taxes; admission for employees of the public service in Thüringen is free of charge. 

REUSE talk in Madrid, Spain

30 June 2022

On Thursday 30th of June, Lina Ceballos, FSFE Project Manager will participate in OpenExpoEurope2022 which will take place in person in Madrid, Spain. Lina will talk about REUSE which makes adding and reading licensing and copyright information easy for both humans and machines with three simple steps. REUSE does not "reinvent the wheel". On the contrary, it integrates seamlessly into development processes and other best practices when indicating Free Software licences. 

FSFE Netherlands get-together (online)

29 June 2022

The monthly meeting of FSFE Netherlands. The meeting will be from 20:00 until 22:00 CET on the conference server. It is usually quite 'gezellig' and so most stay until 23:00, but you can leave whenever you see fit. The meeting is open for everybody, and we'll switch to English if not everybody understands Dutch. More information can be found on the wiki. At the meetings we abide by the FSFE Code of Conduct. To join the meeting please send an email to country coordinator Nico Rikken (nico[dot]rikken[at]fsfe[dot]org), he will send you the meeting link and access code. 

Public Money? Public Code! workshop in Vigo, Spain

25 June 2022

The Public Money? Public Code! campaign has been supported by over 29.000 people and nearly 200 NGOs. Already five public entities, the Swedish JobTech Development, the German “Samtgemeinde Elbmarsch”, the Spanish parliament from Asturias “Junta General del Principado de Asturias”, the Spanish city of Benigànim, and the Spanish city of Barcelona have signed our open letter. We would like to have more administrative units supporting our cause. But to achieve this we need your help. In this workshop that will take place on Saturday 25th of June at 12:30 CEST at esLibre 2022 in Vigo - Spain, Lina Ceballos and Alexander Sander will explain how we convince local administrations or other institutions, decision-makers, and parties to use more Free Software in the future. The event is in Spanish, free of cost, but you need to register. Everyone who is interested is welcome to join. 

"What role did Free Software play during the corona crisis?" talk in Vigo, Spanien

24 June 2022

Alexander Sander, FSFE Policy Consultant will give a talk on "What role did Free Software play during the corona crisis?" The Corona crisis has made it clear to us which developments in digitisation we have missed in recent years. At the same time, there are also positive examples. Free software has become more and more of a topic and more and more administrations have understood the advantages it brings.

Alexander will take a look at the developments of the past years and give an outlook on how we can better face future crises through the use of Free Software and what role governments, public bodies and administrations and the principle of “Public Money? Public Code!” play in this. The talk takes place at 16:00 - 16:25. It is in Spanish, everyone can attend, the event is free of cost, but you need to register. 

REUSE talk in Vigo, Spain

24 June 2022

Developing, using, and re-using Free Software is fun, but dealing with licensing and copyright information is not. REUSE changes that. With three simple steps, it makes adding and reading licensing and copyright information easy for both humans and machines. On Friday 24th of June at 16:30 CEST, Lina Ceballos, FSFE Project Manager, will guide us through the REUSE principles and present how to make licensing clear and simple with her presentation at esLibre2022 in Vigo, Spain. The event is in Spanish, free of cost, but you need to register. Everyone who is interested is welcome to join. 

Ada & Zangemann author reading in Offenburg, Germany

24 June 2022

On Germany's federal digital, the city of Offenburg invites pupils to a reading of "Ada & Zangemann: A tale of software, skateboards, and raspberry ice cream?". The reading takes place in the largest cinema space in the city of Offenburg and will be introduced by the Chief Mayor Marco Steffens. The book is a modern tale that conveys the joy of tinkering and calls for self-determined use of software: for children from 6 years of age. The reading takes place at 8:30 CEST for registered school classes at FORUM Offenburg, Hauptstrasse 111, 77652 Offenburg. 

'Was Freie Software und Freies Saatgut gemeinsam haben' Vortrag in Berlin, Deutschland

23 June 2022

Software und Saatgut scheinen im ersten Augenblick wenig miteinander gemein zu haben. Ersteres ist erst seit wenigen Jahrzehnten Bestandteil unser Lebensrealität, Saatgut dagegen könnte man fast als anthropologische Konstante ansehen und ist untrennbar mit der Menschheitsgeschichte verbunden. Dieser Vortrag widmet sich den neuesten kulturellen Phänomen von Freier-Software und Freiem-Saatgut und beleuchtet Gemeinsamkeiten zwischen den beiden Sphären.

Do. 23.06.2022, 19.00Uhr, im Umweltbildungszentrum "Nirgendwo". Der Vortrag wird von 'tunda' auf Deutsch gehalten. 

Talk on how Free Software supports our Fundamental Rights in Gothenburg, Sweden

22 June 2022

Gabriel Ku Wei Bin, FSFE Senior Legal Project Manager, will give a talk on “Free Software and our Fundamental Rights” in Gothenburg, Sweden. Gabriel will speak on how Free Software works as an important framework that supports our human rights in a digital world. The talk will be held at Linnégatan 21 on Wed 22 June at 18:00. It is hosted by Digidem Lab (https://digidemlab.org/), an organization that offers services and develops platforms to improve participatory democracy. It will be given in English and is open to everyone to attend. The event is free of charge, with no registration required. 

FSFE Women meeting: introduction to content management systems (online)

20 June 2022

This month the CMS Garden joins the FSFE Women group meeting. The CMS Garden e. V. is a friendly association of the communities of 11 FOSS content management systems. Together they appear at fairs and conferences to join forces instead of competing with each other. Our guests include Meike Jung (founding member and board member, conceptualist and Drupal architect at CoWAIN), Petra Hasenau (Typo3 activist, managing director and co-shareholder of Cybercraft GmbH) and Kati Faude (back office employee for association organization and administration).

The meetings takes place at 19.30 CEST, it is free of cost, everyone who identifies as female can join. 

Open Source Conference Albania 2022 in Tirana, Albania

18 – 19 June 2022

Lucas Lasota, FSFE Legal Project Manager will give a talk about Device Neutrality at OSCAL 2022, an annual conference in Albania organized to promote software freedom, Free Software, free culture and open knowledge. The talk will contextualize the concept of Device Neutrality and why Free Software is essential for regaining control over devices. The event will happen in Tirana and the language is English. The attendance is free but registration with paid tickets to support the event is encouraged. 

FSFE Hamburg local group meeting in Hamburg, Germany

14 June 2022

The FSFE Hamburg local group will meet on Tuesday 14 June at 19:00 for its regular monthly meeting. Fellow FSFE supporters and anyone who is interested is welcome. The meeting takes place in German and participation is at no cost. The place of meeting is still to be announced, but you can find the places we usually meet in the group's wiki page. We would also encourage you to join our mailing list, where you will be informed about the place we meet and about the topics that will be discussed. 

FSFE Aarhus local group is relaunched in Aarhus, Denmark

09 June 2022

The FSFE Local Group Aarhus is back after a long time. Our first meeting will be at Magenta ApS, Silkeborgvej 260, 8230 Åbyhøj at 17:00. The meeting takes place in Danish, participation is free, no registration is needed. Everyone interested in software freedom is welcome to join! 

Ada & Zangemann author reading in Berlin, Germany

09 June 2022

Are you interested in the new book Ada & Zangemann: A tale of software, skateboards, and raspberry ice cream? The book is a modern tale that conveys the joy of tinkering and calls for self-determined use of software: for children from 6 years of age. A charming story for all ages.

Join the reading of the book at 13:00-14:00 CET at Arena Berlin Eichenstraße 4. Meet the author of the book and President of the FSFE, Matthias Kirschner. The reading will be in German. The event is part of re:publica 22; to attend you need a ticket, costing 125€ (reduced), 235€ (standard), or 735€ (business).  

“REUSE: Making copyright and licensing compliance easier for everyone” talk in Berlin, Germany

09 June 2022

Lucas Lasota, FSFE Legal Project Manager will give a talk on REUSE at the Weizenbaum Conference in Berlin. The conference will bring together scholars, artists, activists, and human rights advocates to debate the diverse facets of the term "digital sovereignty". The talk will explain how REUSE helps everyone with copyright and Free Software license compliance. It is part of the panel 'Socio-technical developments and practices of empowerment' which takes place at 15:30-18:00. The event is in English and German. Admission to the conference is free, but you need to register beforehand. The conference will take place at “Alte Münze” (Molkenmarkt 2, 10179 Berlin).  

'Device Neutrality: Leveraging the Benefits of Free Software in Hardware' talk (online)

09 June 2022

Lucas Lasota, FSFE Legal Project Manager will give a talk on Device Neutrality at the OW2 event. The talk will explain the concept of Device Neutrality as a fair and non-discriminatory use of Free Software in devices. and why Free Software is fundamental for reaching this goal. The talk takes place at 09:30 in English. The OW2 event is open but registration is required.  

FSFE Zurich local group meeting in Zurich, Switzerland

09 June 2022

Anyone interested in Free Software and wanting to stand up for the ideals of Free Software can join. The FSFE Zurich local group meets on the second Thursday of each month. The next meeting takes place at Bitwäscherei, Neue Hard 12, second floor, from 18:00 to 21:00. The meeting is in German. The group will discuss the Public Communication initiative. You do not need to register, and the participation is at no cost.  

FSFE Berlin group meets in Berlin, Germany

09 June 2022

The FSFE local group Berlin is having its regular monthly meeting. Anyone interested in software freedom is welcome. The meeting is in German, the participation is at no cost. 17:00-19:00 at E-LOK in Laskerstraße 4-6, not far from Ostkreuz station, 10245 Berlin. Bring good vibes with you. 

'Artificiall Intelligence and Free Software in the European Union' talk (online)

08 – 09 June 2022

The EU is on its way to adopting legislation on artificial intelligence. Transparency plays a major role in this. But how exactly should this transparency be designed and what role does Free Software play? Alexander Sander will give an insight into the current state of the debate and what chances there are that provisions for Free Software will be included in the legislation. The talk takes place at 11:55 and it is part of the OW2 2022 conference. It is in English, there is no need to register, and it is free of charge.
 

'Public Money? Public Code' presentation in Bologna, Italy

08 June 2022

FSFE volunteers from Italian local groups will present the international campaign 'Public Money? Public Code!' in Bologna. They will demonstrate examples and good practices currently in place, and possible solutions for a modernisation of the public infrastructure with Free Software. The event will also present and distribute the Italian translation of the 'Denaro pubblico? Codice pubblico!' brochure, which was just published.

The event takes place at 8 June 2022 18.30 in Sala fondazione 2000, piazza dell'Unità 4, Bologna. Political representatives from Bologna will also participate. Everyone is welcome to attend, the event is in Italian, at no cost, and no registration required. 

'Public Money? Public Code' presentation in Trento, Italy

07 June 2022

FSFE volunteers from Italian local groups will present the international campaign 'Public Money? Public Code!' in Trento. They will demonstrate examples and good practices currently in place, and possible solutions for a modernisation of the public infrastructure with Free Software. The event will also present and distribute the Italian translation of the 'Denaro pubblico? Codice pubblico!' brochure, which was just published.

The event takes place at 7 June 2022 18.00 in the Faculty of Sociology, room 7. Researchers from the University of Trento will also participate. Everyone is welcome to attend, the event is in Italian, at no cost, but you need to register.  

Upcycling-Android-Workshop in Köln, Germany

03 June 2022

Zusammen mit Entwicklerinnen und Entwicklern, die bereits zu PostmarketOS beigetragen haben, veranstalten wir am 03. Juni 2022 unseren nächsten Upcycling-Android-Workshop in der alten Feuerwehrwache in Köln. Bei diesem Workshop geht es darum Tech-Enthusiasten und Nachhaltigkeits-Enthusiasten zusammen zu bringen und sich beim Flashen von Telefonen über Technik und Nachhaltigkeit auszutauschen. Wir möchten Raum und Konzept geben für alle Fragen die ihr habt und bringen verschiedene Telefone mit um verschiedene Systeme und das Flashen auszuprobieren oder ihr bringt eure eigenen Telefone mit. Bei letzterem würden wir darum bitten mit uns vorher abzuklären, ob die mitgebrachten Geräte unterstützt werden können. Neben dem eigentlichen Phone-Flashing wird es auch einen kurzen Impulsvortrag über Langlebigkeit und Nachhaltigkeit auf Android und anderen Geräten geben.

Als Besonderheit für diesen Workshop haben wir zwei Räume zur Verfügung. In einem Raum geht es um das Installieren von Systemen auf Telefonen, um sie nachhaltiger nutzbar zu machen. Im anderen Raum liegt der Schwerpunkt darauf, sich über die Entwicklung von PostmarketOS auszutauschen und zu lernen wie man sich einbringen kann.

Der Workshop findet von 16:00 Uhr - 20:00 Uhr in der Alten Feuerwache Köln, Melchiorstraße 3, 50670 Köln statt. Alle sind herzlich eingeladen, der Eintritt ist frei, aber bitte registriert euch per E-Mail an floriansnow@fsfe.org, denn die Plätze sind begrenzt.  

Ada & Zangemann author reading in Cologne, Germany

02 June 2022

Are you interested in the new book Ada & Zangemann: A tale of software, skateboards, and raspberry ice cream? The book is a modern tale that conveys the joy of tinkering and calls for self-determined use of software: for children from 6 years of age. A charming story for all ages.

Join the reading of the book at 16:00-17:30 CET at the public library in Stadtbibliothek Köln Josef-Haubrich-Hof 1 50676 Köln - Altstadt/Süd. Meet the author of the book and President of the FSFE, Matthias Kirschner, and the illustrator Sandra Brandstätter. The reading will be in German. You can join the event at no cost, but registration required (linked on the page below under "zum Buchungssystem").  

FSFE Netherlands online get-together (online)

25 May 2022

The monthly meeting of FSFE Netherlands. The meeting will be from 20:00 until 22:00 CET on the conference server. It is usually quite 'gezellig' and so most stay until 23:00, but you can leave whenever you see fit. The meeting is open for everybody, and we'll switch to English if not everybody understands Dutch. More information can be found on the wiki. At the meetings we abide by the FSFE Code of Conduct. To join the meeting please send an email to country coordinator Nico Rikken (nico[dot]rikken[at]fsfe[dot]org), he will send you the meeting link and access code. 

FSFE-booth at NLLGG in Utrecht, Netherlands

21 May 2022

On Saturday 21st of May 2022 we will host a FSFE-booth from 11:00 until 16:00 hour at the NLLGG meeting in Utrecht. The location is Tamboersdijk 9, 3582 TZ Utrecht. We look forward to have a chat with you about Free Software! The event is free of cost, no registration is needed. The people at the booth speak both Dutch and English. 

FSFE Women monthly meeting (online)

20 May 2022

The meeting will take place on Friday May 20th, 7.30pm CET. The FSFE Women meets once in a month to discuss topics related to Free Software, IT and about any aspects of being a woman* in tech. Please be aware that this group is women-centric and transgender and non-binary friendly. If you identify as a man, we kindly ask you to reach out to the coordinators of the FSFE Women to let them know you would like to join. For more information about the FSFE Women have a look at our team site. The group is open for all women* who are interested in Free Software. Registration is not required. The meeting is in English. 

1. KIDD-Fachkonferenz in Berlin, Deutschland

19 May 2022

Artificial intelligence not only requires a functioning algorithm, but must also be morally and ethically thought through.

Alexander Sander, FSFE Policy Consultant and member of the KIDD Advisory Board, will discuss "Challenges and perspectives of ethical and diversity-sensitive AI in the European context" at the panel in the morning. The event is in German, free of cost, but you have to register.  

Berlin group restarts in-person meetings

12 May 2022

The FSFE local group Berlin is having its regular monthly meeting. Anyone interested in software freedom is welcome. The meeting is in German, the participation is at no cost. 7:00 pm at E-LOK, Laskerstraße 6-8, 10245 Berlin. Bring good vibes with you. 

FSFE Zurich local group meeting in Zurich, Switzerland

12 May 2022

Anyone interested in Free Software and wanting to stand up for the ideals of Free Software can join. The FSFE Zurich local group meets on the second Thursday of each month. The next meeting takes place at Recreatzz, Neue Hard 12, second floor, from 18:00 to 21:00. The meeting is in German. The group will discuss the Public Communication initiative. You do not need to register, and the participation is at no cost.  

FSFE Hamburg local group meeting in Hamburg, Germany

09 May 2022

The FSFE Hamburg local group will meet on Monday 9 May at 19:00 for its regular monthly meeting. Fellow FSFE supporters and anyone who is interested is welcome. The meeting takes place in German and participation is at no cost. The place of meeting is still to be announced, but you can find the places we usually meet in the group's wiki page. We would also encourage you to join our mailing list, where you will be informed about the place we meet and about the topics that will be discussed. 

The future of Router Freedom in Austria (online)

04 May 2022

On Wednesday 04 May 2022, 09:30 - 11:00 CEST, the Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE) and the Alliance of Telecommunication Terminal Equipment Manufacturers (VTKE) are organising an online session about the future of Router Freedom in Austria. In this session, you will have the opportunity to learn more about why Router Freedom is fundamental not only for consumer rights but also for a functional and competitive router and modem market. The event will be moderated by Barbara Steinbrenner, a tech journalist in Austria, and is open for all to attend free of charge. Registration is encouraged, but not necessary. The event language will be German. 

FSFE Berlin local group meeting about Education (online)

28 April 2022

On Thursday 19:30 we will have our Edu-Meeting again and you are invited to discuss "Free Software and Education" with us, share experiences and work on liberating knowledge and education in Berlin and beyond. The meeting is in German, anyone can participate at no cost. The meeting is online. Bring food, drinks, and good vibes with you. 

FSFE Netherlands online get-together (online)

20 April 2022

The monthly meeting of FSFE Netherlands. The meeting will be from 20:00 until 22:00 CET on the conference server. It is usually quite 'gezellig' and so most stay until 23:00, but you can leave whenever you see fit. The meeting is open for everybody, and we'll switch to English if not everybody understands Dutch. More information can be found on the wiki. At the meetings we abide by the FSFE Code of Conduct. To join the meeting please send an email to country coordinator Nico Rikken (nico[dot]rikken[at]fsfe[dot]org), he will send you the meeting link and access code. 

FSFE Women monthly meeting (online)

20 April 2022

The meeting will take place on April 20th, 7.30pm CET. The FSFE Women meets once in a month to discuss topics related to Free Software, IT and about any aspects of being a woman* in tech. Please be aware that this group is women-centric and transgender and non-binary friendly. If you identify as a man, we kindly ask you to reach out to the coordinators of the FSFE Women to let them know you would like to join. For more information about the FSFE Women have a look at our team site. The group is open for all women* who are interested in Free Software. Registration is not required. The meeting is in English. 

FSFE Zurich local group meeting in Zurich, Switzerland

14 April 2022

Anyone interested in Free Software and wanting to stand up for the ideals of Free Software can join. The FSFE Zurich local group meets on the second Thursday of each month. The next meeting takes place at Recreatzz, Neue Hard 12, second floor, from 18:00 to 21:00. The meeting is in German. The group will discuss ways to reach out to new people, the upcoming Open Education Day, and the needed tasks. You do not need to register, and the participation is at no cost.  

FSFE Hamburg local group meeting in Hamburg, Germany

14 April 2022

The FSFE Hamburg local group will meet on Thursday 14 April at 19:00 for its regular monthly meeting. Fellow FSFE supporters and anyone who is interested is welcome. The meeting takes place in German and participation is at no cost. The place of meeting is still to be announced, but you can find the places we usually meet in the group's wiki page. We would also encourage you to join our mailing list, where you will be informed about the place we meet and about the topics that will be discussed. 

„Nur ein Jahr länger…“ – Politik und Software rund um’s Smartphone (online)

30 March 2022

Am 30.März um 14:00 CET spricht Erik Albers, FSFE Programmmanager Digitale Nachhaltigkeit, zum Thema "Nur ein Jahr länger… – Politik und Software rund um’s Smartphone" auf dem Digital Social Summit: Die Digitalisierung ist essenzieller Bestandteil unserer Gesellschaft geworden, doch wie können Abhängigkeiten vermieden werden und welche Rolle spielt das Softwaredesign bei der Nachhaltigkeit von Hardware und Infrastrukturen? Am Beispiel unseres Lieblingsgadgets, dem Telefon, stellt Erik Albers technologisch nachhaltige Gestaltungsprinzipien, relevante politische Gesetzgebungsprozesse sowie Akteure und Initiativen vor – und wie wir uns als Zivilgesellschaft einbringen können. Der Vortrag ist auf Englisch, der Stream ist kostenfrei und eine Anmeldung erforderlich. 

FSFE Berlin local group meeting about Education (online)

24 March 2022

On Thursday 19:30 we will have our Edu-Meeting again and you are invited to discuss "Free Software and Education" with us, share experiences and work on liberating knowledge and education in Berlin and beyond. The meeting is in German, anyone can participate at no cost. The meeting is online. Bring food, drinks, and good vibes with you. 

FSFE Women monthly meeting (online)

20 March 2022

The meeting will take place on March 20th, 7.30pm CET. The FSFE Women meets once in a month to discuss topics related to Free Software, IT and about any aspects of being a woman* in tech. Please be aware that this group is women-centric and transgender and non-binary friendly. If you identify as a man, we kindly ask you to reach out to the coordinators of the FSFE Women to let them know you would like to join. For more information about the FSFE Women have a look at our team site. The group is open for all women* who are interested in Free Software. Registration is not required. The meeting is in English. 

Upcycling Android Workshop in Berlin, Germany

19 March 2022

Zusammen mit der lokalen FSFE Gruppe Berlin veranstalten wir am 19.März 2022 unseren ersten Upcycling Android workshop in Berlin. Bei diesem Workshop geht es primär darum Tech-Enthusiasten und Nachhaltigkeits-Enthusiasten zusammen zu bringen und sich beim flashen der Telefone über Technik und Nachhaltigkeit auszutauschen. Wir möchten Raum und Konzept geben für alle Fragen die ihr habt und bringen verschiedene Telefone mit um verschiedene Settings zu testen. Dazu bringen wir Geräte mit auf denen ihr das flashen von Telefonen ausprobieren könnt oder ihr bringt eure eigenen Telefone mit. Bei letzterem würden wir darum bitten mit uns vorher abzuklären, ob die mitgebrachten Geräte unterstützt werden könne

Neben dem eigentlichen Phone-Flashing wird es auch einen kurzen Impulsvortrag über Langlebigkeit und Nachhaltigkeit auf Android und anderen Geräten geben. Die Veranstaltung findet auf Englisch und Deutsch statt. Wir sind 6 Stunden vor Ort und freuen uns über zahlreiches kommen. Veranstaltungsort ist das Holodeck von Netzpolitik.org in der Schönhauser Allee 6/7 , von 11-17 Uhr. Jeder ist willkommen, die Teilnahme ist kostenlos und eine Anmeldung ist nicht erforderlich. 

FSFE Netherlands online get-together (online)

16 March 2022

On the 16th of March, the FSFE Netherlands will have another online localgroup meeting. The meeting will be from 20:00 until 22:00 CET on the conference server. It is usually quite 'gezellig' and so most stay until 23:00, but you can leave whenever you see fit. The meeting is open for everybody, and we'll switch to English if not everybody understands Dutch. More information can be found on the wiki. At the meetings we abide by the FSFE Code of Conduct. To join the meeting please send an email to country coordinator Nico Rikken (nico[dot]rikken[at]fsfe[dot]org), he will send you the meeting link and access code. 

Sustainable software for phones that last (online)

15 March 2022

Fairphone invites a panel of experts to explore the underlying forces that drive the continuing decline in the longevity of phones and other electronics. Erik Albers, FSFE's programme manager digital sustainability, joins the panel and gives insights on the sustainability of Free Software and how the universal right to install Free Software operating systems on any device will help us to live a more sustainable digital society. The live webinar takes place on 15 March 2022 from 14:00 - 15:00 CET and it is in English. Attendance is free but you need to register.  

Author reading: Ada & Zangemann (online)

12 March 2022

Are you interested in the new book Ada & Zangemann: A tale of software, skateboards, and raspberry ice cream? The book is a modern fairy tale that conveys the joy of tinkering and calls for self-determined use of software: for children from 6 years of age. A charming story for all ages.

Join the reading of the book on Saturday, 12 March 2022, at 17:00 CET. Meet the author of the book and President of the FSFE, Matthias Kirschner, and ask any questions you might have. The event is part of the Chemnitzer Linux-Tage. The reading will be in German and will take place online. You can join the event at no cost. No registration is needed. 

FSFE Zurich local group meeting in Zurich, Switzerland

10 March 2022

Anyone interested in Free Software and wanting to stand up for the ideals of Free Software can join. The FSFE Zurich local group meets on the second Thursday of each month. The next meeting takes place at Recreatzz, Neue Hard 12, second floor, from 18:00 to 21:00. The meeting is in German. The group will discuss ways to reach out to new people, the upcoming Open Education Day, and the needed tasks. You do not need to register, and the participation is at no cost. 

Author reading: Ada & Zangemann (online)

25 February 2022

Are you interested in the new book Ada & Zangemann: A tale of software, skateboards, and raspberry ice cream? The book is a modern fairy tale that conveys the joy of tinkering and calls for self-determined use of software: for children from 6 years of age. A charming story for all ages.

Join the reading of the book on Friday, 25 February 2022, at 21:00 (CET). Meet the author of the book and President of the FSFE, Matthias Kirschner, and ask any questions you might have. The reading will be in German and will take place online. The event is part of the yearly Winter Congress, an event organised by the Digital Society. To join the Winter Congress please register for a Ticket. The price of a non-member, regular Ticket is 30 CHF.  

FSFE Women monthly meeting (online)

20 February 2022

The meeting will take place on Feb 20th, 7.30pm CET. The FSFE Women meets once in a month to discuss topics related to Free Software, IT and about any aspects of being a woman* in tech. Please be aware that this group is women-centric and transgender and non-binary friendly. If you identify as a man, we kindly ask you to reach out to the coordinators of the FSFE Women to let them know you would like to join. For more information about the FSFE Women have a look at our team site. The group is open for all women* who are interested in Free Software. Registration is not required. The meeting is in English. 

Lecture Free Software and Open Data (online)

16 February 2022

Dr. Lucas Lasota, FSFE Legal Project Manager and Researcher at Humboldt University of Berlin, invites Robbie Morrison to give a lecture at the Seminar 'Introduction to Software Law' about the intersection of Free Software and Open Data. Robbie Morrison is a researcher, engineer and software developer. He is specialist in the field of open data and energy systems. The lecture will be held online at 14:45 CET and it is free from registration. The language of the event will be English. 

FSFE Netherlands online get-together (online)

16 February 2022

On the 16th of February, the FSFE Netherlands will have another online localgroup meeting. The meeting will be from 20:00 until 22:00 CET on the conference server. It is usually quite 'gezellig' and so most stay until 23:00, but you can leave whenever you see fit. The meeting is open for everybody, and we'll switch to English if not everybody understands Dutch. More information can be found on the wiki. At the meetings we abide by the FSFE Code of Conduct. To join the meeting please send an email to country coordinator Nico Rikken (nico[dot]rikken[at]fsfe[dot]org), he will send you the meeting link and access code. 

I Love FS Day: Gaming event (online)

14 February 2022

Every 14th of February, people around the world celebrate the “I Love Free Software Day”. On this day we show our love for Free Software and thank all the people contributing to software freedom. This year, we are organising a whole event dedicated to Free Software games. The event takes place online on 14 February 2022 at 18:00-20:00 CET. For the first part of our event, our three expert guests in Free Software games, game engines, and Game Jams will share their experiences, and will immerse us in the world of Free Software games. The talks will also be streamed on stream.fsfe.org. After the talks, we invite you to play Veloren with us.

For technical reasons, we are asking people who want to take part in the whole event via our BigBlueButton instance to register in advance (registration is now closed). Everyone is welcome. Participation is free of cost. The event is in English. Read more information about I Love FS Day here

FSFE Netherlands online get-together (online)

26 January 2022

The next online group meeting of the FSFE Netherlands has been rescheduled to the 26th of January. The meeting will be from 20:00 until 21:00 CET on the conference server. It is usually quite 'gezellig' and so most stay until 22:30, but you can leave whenever you see fit. The meeting is open for everybody, and we'll switch to English if not everybody understands Dutch. More information can be found on the wiki. At the meetings we abide by the FSFE Code of Conduct. To join the meeting please send an email to country coordinator Nico Rikken nico[dot]rikken[at]fsfe[dot]org), he will send you the meeting link and access code. 

FSFE Women monthly meeting (online)

20 January 2022

The meeting will take place on Thursday Jan 20th, 7.30pm CET. The FSFE Women meets once in a month to discuss topics related to Free Software, IT and about any aspects of being a woman* in tech. Please be aware that this group is women-centric and transgender and non-binary friendly. If you identify as a man, we kindly ask you to reach out to the coordinators of the FSFE Women to let them know you would like to join. For more information about the FSFE Women have a look at our team site. The group is open for all women* who are interested in Free Software. Registration is not required. The meeting is in English. 

Introduction to Software Law and FOSS Licenses (online)

10 January 2022

Dr. Lucas Lasota, who will give us some legal insight into the world of free software licences next Monday, 10 January 2022, 18.00 - 19.00 CET. The lecture, as well as the discussion afterwards, will take place in English and online via BigBlueButton.  

rC3 - Public Money? Public Code! During Corona (online)

28 December 2021

Alexander Sander, FSFE's Policy Consultant will talk about the developments of the past year and give an outlook on how we can better face future crises through the use of Free Software and what role governments, public bodies and administrations and the principle of “Public Money? Public Code! play in this. 

Public Money? Public Code! at Trantor Tech Talks (online)

16 December 2021

Lina Ceballos, FSFE's Project Manager, will participate in an online session about Public Money? Public Code! and the current status in Spain and in Europe. This talk will be part of the second season of Trantor Tech Talks, a space to talk about current topics around technology and more. The session will be held in Spanish. There will be a recording later in our FSFE video instances.

FSFE Netherlands online get-together (online)

15 December 2021

On the 15th of December, the FSFE Netherlands will have another online localgroup meeting. The meeting will be from 20:00 until 21:00 CET on the conference server. It is usually quite 'gezellig' and so most stay until 22:30, but you can leave whenever you see fit. The meeting is open for everybody, and we'll switch to English if not everybody understands Dutch. More information can be found on the wiki. At the meetings we abide by the FSFE Code of Conduct. To join the meeting please send an email to country coordinator Nico Rikken (nico[dot]rikken[at]fsfe[dot]org), he will send you the meeting link and access code. 

Treffen der FSFE Community Bonn in Bonn, Deutschland

13 December 2021

Am Montag den 13. Dezember, um 19 Uhr (CET) findet das monatliche Treffen der Bonner FSFE-Community statt. Die Bonner FSFE-Community-Meetings ("Fellowship-Meetings") sind regelmäßige Treffen, die jeden zweiten Montag im Monat stattfinden. Aktueller Treffpunkt ist das Dotty's im BTHV, Christian-Miesen-Straße 1, 53129 Bonn. Die Treffen sind offen für alle, die Interesse an Freier Software haben. 

Launch event – "Public Money? Public Code!" Spanish Brochure (online)

13 December 2021

On Monday, 13th of December, the FSFE is organising the launch event of the recently translated Spanish "Public Money? Public Code!" brochure. The event will start at 18:00 o'clock and end at 19:30 o'clock, CET. We have invited numerous experts, like Luis Falcón, founder of GNUHealth, Ricardo Muñoz from Lliurex, Alexis Puente Montiel from Pica Pica HackLab, Ana Albalat Martínez and Francesc Busquets in representation of Linkat, and Aleix Pol Gonzalez, president of KDE for our upcoming launch event. Together with our experts we will explore the already implemented good practices, but also the challenges that lie ahead to modernise the public digital infrastructure with public code in Spain. For more information have a look at our agenda for the event. The event will be held in Spanish. Registration for the event is mandatory (but no costs are involved). After registration we will send you the invite link to the BBB instance.  

Public Money? Public Code! in the midst of Corona - talk at GHCon21 (online)

10 December 2021

Lina Ceballos, FSFE's Project Manager, will participate at GnuHealthCon21. In her online talk, she will take a look at the role that Free Software played in the last crisis and how it could help overcoming future ones, by pointing to the the principle of "Public Money? Public Code!" and the role that governments, public bodies, administrations have in this. This talk will be held in English and it's planned to start at 18:45 CET on Friday 10 December 2021. Registration for the event is needed but there are no costs involved. 

FSFE Women monthly meeting (online)

23 November 2021

The monthly meeting of the FSFE Women is fast approaching. Our next meeting will take place on the 23rd of November at 7:30 pm (CET). The FSFE Women meet once in a month to discuss topics related to Free Software, IT and about any aspects of being a women* in tech. For our upcoming meeting we will continue working on our logo and look at some drafts Marlene has created for us. Please be aware that this group is women-centric and transgender and non-binary friendly. If you identify as a man, we kindly ask you to reach out to the coordinators of the FSFE Women to let them know you would like to join. For more information about the FSFE Women have a look at our team site. The group is open for all women* who are interested in Free Software. 

FSFE Netherlands online get-together (online)

17 November 2021

On the 17th of November, the FSFE Netherlands will have another online localgroup meeting. The meeting will be from 20:00 until 21:00 CET on the conference server. It is usually quite 'gezellig' and so most stay until 22:30, but you can leave whenever you see fit. The meeting is open for everybody, and we'll switch to English if not everybody understands Dutch. More information can be found on the wiki. At the meetings we abide by the FSFE Code of Conduct. To join the meeting please send an email to country coordinator Nico Rikken (nico[dot]rikken[at]fsfe[dot]org), he will send you the meeting link and access code.  

FSFE with sustainability track and talks at SFSCon, Italy

12 – 13 November 2021

The FSFE will be present at SFScon, the South Tyrol Free Software Conference, where we organise a dedicated Sustainability track. Within this track Erik Albers speaks about "4 principles for a sustainable digital society", Joseph P. De Veaugh-Geiss from KDE about "Sustainable Software & Blauer Engel Eco-Certification", Anne Mollen from AlgorithmWatch about "Measuring the Sustainability of AI", Ugo Vallauri from the Restart Project about "The role of software for a universal Right to Repair", and Stefano Zacchiroli about Software Heritage - The Great Library of Source Code.

Other speakers from the FSFE are Max Mehl who speaks about "Reuse - Gold Standard for Free Software licensing", Alexander Sander about "Public Money? Public Code! During Corona", and Lucas Lasota about "Protecting Router Freedom within the EU reform of telecom law" 

Treffen der FSFE Community Bonn in Bonn, Deutschland in Bonn, Deutschland

08 November 2021

Am Montag den 8. November, um 19 Uhr (CET) findet das monatliche Treffen der Bonner FSFE-Community statt. Die Bonner FSFE-Community-Meetings ("Fellowship-Meetings") sind regelmäßige Treffen, die jeden zweiten Montag im Monat stattfinden. Die letzten Monate hat Jakob an einer Archlinux-basierten Mobil-Distro mitgearbeitet und wird uns darüber berichten. Aktueller Treffpunkt ist das Dotty's im BTHV, Christian-Miesen-Straße 1, 53129 Bonn. Die Treffen sind offen für alle, die Interesse an Freier Software haben. 

FSFE Legal Education Day (LED) (online)

06 November 2021

The FSFE is organizing the first Legal Education Day (LED). It will take place on Saturday 6th of November 2021 from 12:00 to 17:30 CET. This webinar is open for all to attend free of charge.

It aims to spread basic legal education on the legal context of Free Software, so that licensing your project, understanding copyright, and meeting legal obligations in your software project will be less of a daunting task! We will explain basic legal concepts such as license, copyright law, and its practical application into your projects with our REUSE initiative. Trademarks, Patents, and Containers are more advanced parts of our agenda.  

Oktobertreffen der Berliner Fellowship-Gruppe (online)

28 October 2021

Auch am Donnerstag, 28.10. findet wieder unser Edu-Treffen statt. Ihr seid herzlich eingeladen euch um 19:30 Uhr in den Konferenzraum einzuloggen und mit uns über "Freie Software und Bildung" zu diskutieren, Erfahrungen auszutauschen und daran zu arbeiten, Wissen und Bildung in Berlin und darüber hinaus zu befreien. Dieses Mal wollen wir uns mit Musik beschäftigen. Der Entwickler der Freien Software Jamulus, David Kastrup, wird uns das Projekt vorstellen, das es erlaubt räumliche Entfernungen in Lichtgeschwindigkeit zu überbrücken und ohne lästige Verzögerungen, wie man sie von anderen Konferenzplattformen her kennt, zu musizieren. Nach dem Vortrag inklusive Demonstration, freuen wir uns bereits auf einen angenehmen Ausklang des Abends. Es sind alle Freien Software Enthusiasten willkommen und für die Teilnahme ist keine Registrierung notwendig. Teilt die Ankündigung gerne auf den bekannten Plattformen und folgt uns auf Friendica, um die aktuellsten Informationen zu unseren Veranstaltungen und Aktivitäten zu bekommen. 

FSFE Netherlands online get-together (online)

20 October 2021

On the 20th of October, the FSFE Netherlands will have another online localgroup meeting. The meeting will be from 20:00 until 21:00 CEST on the conference server. It is usually quite 'gezellig' and most of us stay until 22:30, but you can leave whenever you see fit. The meeting is open for everybody, and we'll switch to English if not everybody understands Dutch. More information can be found in the local group wiki. At the meetings we abide by the FSFE Code of Conduct. To join the meeting please send an e-mail to country coordinator Nico Rikken (nico[dot]rikken[at]fsfe[dot]org), he will send you the invite link and access code. 

Treffen der FSFE Community Bonn in Bonn, Deutschland in Bonn, Deutschland

11 October 2021

Am Montag den 11. Oktober, um 19 Uhr (CEST) findet das monatliche Treffen der Bonner FSFE-Community statt. Die Bonner FSFE-Community-Meetings ("Fellowship-Meetings") sind regelmäßige Treffen, die jeden zweiten Montag im Monat stattfinden. Aktueller Treffpunkt ist das Dotty's im BTHV, Christian-Miesen-Straße 1, 53129 Bonn. Die Treffen sind offen für alle, die Interesse an Freier Software haben. 

ANSOL's 20 years anniversary (online)

09 October 2021

On 9 October from 15:00 to 18:00 Lisbon time (UTC +1 hour) our associated organisation ANSOL will celebrate its 20th anniversary. At 16:30 local time, FSFE's president Matthias Kirschner, will give a short talk about the FSFE's work during the last 20 years and highlight joint activities with ANSOL. The online event is open to all Free Software supporters who would like to celebrate together with ANSOL.  

FSFE20 get together with FSFE's president by Berlin group, Berlin, Germany

23 September 2021

On 23 September at 19:00 (CEST), the local FSFE Berlin group hosts a get together to celebrate 20 years FSFE together with the FSFE's president Matthias Kirschner. The meeting takes place on the premises of the youth club E-Lok in Laskerhöfen, Laskerstraße 6-8, 10245 Berlin at the corner to Markgrafendamm (location is accessible). Invited is everyone who wants to celebrate 20 years of the FSFE. We will meet in the outdoor space there, so bring some warm clothes. To access the building you need to wear a mask. Baverages to toast and food to feed hungry Free Software hackers will be available. 

Simplify code licensing for package maintainers with REUSE (online)

19 September 2021

At this presentation, FSFE's Max Mehl will introduce REUSE and its benefits for Free Software developers and users, especially for package maintainers at operating system distributions. Thanks to this initiative and its best practices, copyright and licensing has become much easier for everyone involved. The talk, held in English, will start at 09:30 CEST.

The presentation is part of EuroBSDCon. Attendance is free of charge, but registration is required to access the video platform (BBB). 

"Public Money? Public Code!" (online)

17 – 18 September 2021

Am Samstag, den 18. September um 14:00 Uhr (MESZ), wird Bonnie Mehring, die Junior-Projektmanagerin der FSFE, den Vortrag "Public Money? Public Code! Ein Kampagne zur Förderung der Softwarefreiheit" auf den Kieler Open Source und Linux Tagen vorstellen. Die Initiative "Public Money? Public Code!" ermöglicht es Menschen in ganz Europa, Softwarefreiheit in ihrer lokalen öffentlichen Verwaltung zu fördern. Mehr als 200 Organisationen und mehr als 31.000 Einzelpersonen fordern, dass öffentlich finanzierte Software unter einer Freien und Open Source Software-Lizenz veröffentlicht wird. Gemeinsam haben wir Politiker:innen, Entscheidungsträger:innen und Beamt:innen auf allen Ebenen - von der Europäischen Union und den nationalen Regierungen bis hin zu Bürgermeister:innen - auf diese Forderung angesprochen. Dies hat nicht nur zu wichtigen Diskussionen über Softwarefreiheit mit Entscheidungsträger:innen geführt, sondern auch bereits zu konkreten politischen Änderungen. Die Iniative "Public Money? Public Code!" wird bereits von Verwaltungen aus Spanien, Schweden und Deutschland unterstützt. In dem Vortrag wird Bonnie Mehring erläutern, wie die Kampagne genutzt werden kann, um sich für Freie Software einzusetzen; sei es in der öffentlichen Verwaltung, in Bibliotheken, Universitäten, Städten, Regionen oder Bundesländern. Die Veranstaltung ist kostenlos und jeder ist herzlich eingeladen, daran teilzunehmen. 

FSFE Netherlands online get-together (online)

15 September 2021

On the 15th of September, the FSFE Netherlands will have another online localgroup meeting. The meeting will be from 20:00 until 21:00 CEST on the conference server. It is usually quite 'gezellig' and so most stay until 22:30, but you can leave whenever you see fit. The meeting is open for everybody, and we'll switch to English if not everybody understands Dutch. More information can be found on our localgroup wiki-page. At the meetings we abide by the FSFE Code of Conduct. To join the meeting please send an email to country coordinator Nico Rikken (nico[dot]rikken[at]fsfe[dot]org), he will send you the meeting link and access code. 

Treffen der FSFE Community Bonn in Bonn, Deutschland

13 September 2021

Am Montag den 13. September, um 19 Uhr (CEST) findet das monatliche Treffen der Bonner FSFE-Community statt. Die Bonner FSFE-Community-Meetings ("Fellowship-Meetings") finden jeweils um 19 Uhr am zweiten Montag des Monats statt. Aktueller Treffpunkt ist das Dotty's im BTHV, Christian-Miesen-Straße 1, 53129 Bonn. Die Treffen sind offen für alle, die Interesse an Freier Software haben. Dieses Mal wird Johannes über GNURadio berichten. 

FSFE booth at the "Veganmania" in Vienna, Austria

27 – 29 August 2021

From Friday, the 27th of August, till Sunday, the 29th of August 2021, the annual Veganmania summer festival will be taking place again. The festival features many stalls with delicious street food and information stalls from NGOs. The Viennese FSFE volunteers team has long been taking part in the festivals and will also be happy to welcome you all back to this year's Veganmania. The Veganmania festival is visited by thousands of visitors with very diverse backgrounds and it welcomes everyone who is interested in a sustainable future. Entrance is free and there is no registration required, but in order to take part you will be asked for a recent negative Corona test or to be already fully vaccinated. 

Deutschland zwischen Palim! Palim! und Zoom: Public Money? Public Code! in Zeiten von Corona, FrOSCon (online)

22 August 2021

Am Sonntag, den 22. August um 10:00 Uhr (CEST) spricht Alexander Sander, FSFEs politischer Berater, über die jüngsten Entwicklungen in der Digitalisierung der Verwaltungen und wagt einen Ausblick auf die Zeit nach der Bundestagswahl. Dabei folgen immer mehr Verwaltungen dem Prinzip „Public Money? Public Code!“ und setzen auf Freie Software. Im letzten Jahr wurde jedoch deutlich, dass noch ein langer Weg vor uns liegt. In dem Vortrag wird untersucht, welche Rolle das Prinzip Public Money? Public Code! während des letzten Jahres spielte und welchen Herausforderungen wir in den nächsten Jahren gegenüberstehen. 

FSFE Netherlands online get-together (online)

18 August 2021

On the 18st of August, the FSFE Netherlands will have another online localgroup meeting. The meeting will be from 20:00 until 21:00 CEST on the conference server. It is usually quite 'gezellig' and so most stay until 22:30, but you can leave whenever you see fit. The meeting is open for everybody, and we'll switch to English if not everybody understands Dutch. More information can be found on our localgroup wiki-page. At the meetings we abide by the FSFE Code of Conduct. To join the meeting please send an email to country coordinator Nico Rikken (nico[dot]rikken[at]fsfe[dot]org), he will send you the meeting link and access code. 

FSFE Women monthly meeting (online)

22 July 2021

On July 22nd at 8:00 pm (CEST) the montly meeting of the FSFE women group will take place. The FSFE women group is open for all women* who are interested in Free Software and technology. The meetings are casual and provide an open space to discusse recent development in the area of Free Software as well as to focus on one specific topic. For the meeting on the 22nd Lina Ceballos and Bonnie Mehring will present FSFE's Public Money? Public Code! campaign and what the plans are with respect to the upcoming election campaign of the federal parlament in Germany. The meeting will take place online. 

FSFE Netherlands online get-together (online) (online)

21 July 2021

On the 21st of June, the FSFE Netherlands will have another online localgroup meeting. The meeting will be from 20:00 until 21:00 CEST on the conference server. It is usually quite 'gezellig' and so most stay until 22:30, but you can leave whenever you see fit. The meeting is open for everybody, and we'll switch to English if not everybody understands Dutch. At the meetings we abide by the FSFE Code of Conduct. To join the meeting please send an email to country coordinator Nico Rikken (nico[dot]rikken[at]fsfe[dot]org), he will send you the meeting link and access code.

How do we shape and grow a green tech sector? (online)

28 June 2021

The European Parliament's group Greens/EFA organise a series of roundtable discussions, to discuss questions at the heart of building a green and digital society. In the first round table "How can we shape and grow a green tech sector?" Erik Albers, our Programme Manager on Software Sustainability, will talk about the role software design plays in the environmental impact of digital technologies from hardware lifetime to architecture to energy consumption. 

Round Table on Cybersecurity, Human Rights and Digital Sovereignty (online)

23 June 2021

On 23 June, 14:15 CEST, Lucas Lasota, FSFE Deputy Legal Coordinator and an Research Associate at Humboldt University of Berlin, will moderate a discussion on cybersecurity, human rights, and digital sovereignty together with Katerina Yordanova and Elisabetta Biasin from the KU Leuven Centre for IT & IP Law. Entrance is free but access is limited. The panel will be held in English. For enrollment, please send an email to sekretariat.zech(at)rewi.hu-berlin.de 

FSFE Women monthly meeting (online)

23 June 2021

On June 23rd at 7 pm (CEST) the montly meeting of the FSFE women group will take place. The FSFE women group is open for all women* who are interested in Free Software and technology. The meetings are casual and provide an open space to discusse recent development in the area of Free Software as well as to focus on one specific topic. For the meeting on the 23rd Irmhild Rogalla will talk about "Video conferencing platform for all. Aspects of accessiblity of video conferencing tools". The meeting will take place online.

Make licensing easier for everyone with REUSE at OW2con (online)

23 June 2021

At this presentation, FSFE's Max Mehl will introduce REUSE and its benefits for Free Software developers and users. Thanks to this initiative and its best practices, copyright and licensing has become much easier for everyone involved. The talk, held in English, will start at 15:45 CEST.

The presentation is part of OW2con, the annual conference of one of our associated organisations. Attendance is free of charge, but registration is recommended. Questions can be asked via the conference chat system. 

20 Years FSFE: The long way for software freedom (online)

19 June 2021

Matthias Kirschner, FSFE's President, presents "20 Years FSFE: The long way for software freedom" at the openSUSE Conference on Saturday 19th June, at 13:00 am (CEST). Since 2001 the FSFE has been working to empower users to control technology through activities as "Public Money? Public Code!", Router Freedom, Radio Equipment Directive, simple help with licensing, and Free Your Android. The talk will give a short overview of the work of the FSFE, with some examples from the areas of: public awareness, policy work and legal work on Free Software (Open Source). On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Free Software Foundation Europe, this talks helps you better understand the FSFE's work as an independent organisation and how to get involved. To attend the event registration is needed, but it is free of charge. 

"Public Money? Public Code!": A campaign framework to promote software freedom (online)

18 June 2021

On Friday, 18th June at 14:00 pm (CEST), Bonnie Mehring, FSFE's junior project manager, will present "Public Money? Public Code!: A campaign framework to promote software freedom" at the openSUSE Conference. The campaign framework of "Public Money? Public Code!" enables people all over Europe to promote software freedom in their local public administration. More than 200 organisations, and more than 29,000 individuals demand that publicly financed software should be made publicly available under Free Software licenses. Together we contacted politicians, decision makers, and civil servants on all levels -- from the European Union and national governments, to city mayors and the heads of public libraries about this demand. This did not just lead to important discussions about software freedom with decision makers, but also already to specific policy changes. Already, we have administrations from Spain, Sweden and Germany supporting "Public Money? Public Code!". In the talk, Bonnie Mehring will explain how the campaign framework can be used to push for the adoption of Free Software friendly policies in your area; be it your public administration, your library, your university, your city, your region, or your country. Registration for the event is needed, but it is free of charge. 

FSFE Netherlands online get-together (online)

16 June 2021

On the 16th of June, the FSFE Netherlands will have another online localgroup meeting. The meeting will be from 20:00 until 21:00 CEST on the conference server. It is usually quite 'gezellig' and so most stay until 22:30, but you can leave whenever you see fit. The meeting is open for everybody, and we'll switch to English if not everybody understands Dutch. At the meetings we abide by the FSFE Code of Conduct. To join the meeting please send an email to country coordinator Nico Rikken (nico[dot]rikken[at]fsfe[dot]org), he will send you the meeting link and access code.

Free Software, Router Freedom and Digital Rights at Impropedia Show (online)

04 June 2021

FSFE's Deputy Legal Coordinator, Lucas Lasota, will participate at the Impropedia show to talk about Free Software, Router Freedom, and Digital Rights. The event will be hosted by KuZe Potsdam and will be broadcasted by the KuZe's channel in YouTube. The language is English.

The talk will start 20:00 CEST. No registration in required. 

106. Netzpolitischer Abend (online)

01 June 2021

FSFE's Alexander Sander hält am 01. Juni 20:00 Uhr einen Vortrag über die Public Money? Public Code! Kampagne und erklärt, warum es jetzt keine Ausreden mehr gibt, das Konzept politisch umzusetzen.  

Digital Soverenity: How do we become independant with Free Software (online)

27 May 2021

On the 27 May the Green party Hamburg will organise a panel discussion about digital soverenity and how to become independant with Free Software. Matthias Kirschner will participate for the FSFE discussing what digital soverenity means, and what Hamburg can can do, and how Hamburg can support Free Software contributors and companies offering Free Software. No registration nor attendence fee is necessary to participate. The panel discussion will be in German. It will be recorded with Jitsi and live-streamed on YouTube. We will try to publish a recording on PeerTube afterwards as well. 

Bildungstreffen der Berliner Fellowship-Gruppe (online)

27 May 2021

Am Donnerstag, den 27ten Mai um 19:30 (CEST), findet wieder das Edu-Treffen der Berliner Fellowship-Gruppe statt. Alle Interessierten sind herzlich eingeladen über "Freie Software und Bildung" zu diskutieren, Erfahrungen auszutauschen und daran zu arbeiten, Wissen und Bildung in Berlin und darüber hinaus zu befreien. Als Referenting haben wir Miriam von der "Die Lernwerkstatt" eingeladen. Miriam wird in ihrem Kurzvortrag den Verein "Die Lernwerkstatt" vorstellen und mit uns gemeinsam über digitales Lernen diskutieren. Miriam beschäftigt sich dabei vor allem damit, wie digitales Lernen gestaltet werden kann und welche Platformen bzw. Techniken wir dafür verwenden können. Die Treffen der Berliner Fellowship-Gruppe finden online statt. Es sind alle willkommen und es ist keine Registrierung notwendig. 

Why Free Software and how to procure? (online)

26 May 2021

More and more public administrations are using Free Software (also known as Open Source). The benefits are obvious: digital sovereignty, tax savings, fostering innovation and much more. In this talk by FSFE's Alexander Sander you will learn why and how pubic administrations should use Free Software and how public administrations, economy and society can benefit from the use of Free Software. Current procurement models and an outlook for the coming years will be discussed. 

MERGE-it (online)

22 May 2021

MERGE-it is the online Italian conference that brings together different Italian organizations who take care of culture and digital freedom. It is a platform to get to know each other and to talk about their work on Free Software. The event will take place on the 22.05.2021 from 10:00 to 18:00, it's completely free and people do not need to register. The event start in the morning, from 10:00 to 13:00 (CEST), with an overview of the Italian Free Software communitie will be given by introducing the different organisations who take part in the event. In the afternoon, from 14:30 to 18:00 (CEST), there will be two sessions of three slots each with round tables, during which the communities will discuss different topics related to Free Software. Patrick Ohnewein, FSFE's Financial Officer and Deputy Coordinator for Italy, will participate together with Libreitalia and Developers Italia, in a round table about "Open Source in Public Administration" from 16:30 to 18:00 (CEST). The round table is open for the public and questions can be asked through the chat. Details of the conference will be available on the webpage on the day of the confernce. The whole event will be in Italian. 

FSFE Netherlands online get-together (online)

19 May 2021

On the 19th of May, the FSFE Netherlands will have another localgroup meeting. Like last few times it will be held online, so that despite missing our regular physical meeting we keep in touch. The meeting will be from 20:00 until 21:00 CEST on the conference server. It is usually quite 'gezellig' and so most stay until 22:30, but you can leave whenever you see fit. The meeting is open for everybody, and we'll switch to English if not everybody understands Dutch. At the meetings we abide by the FSFE Code of Conduct. To join the meeting please send an email to country coordinator Nico Rikken (nico[dot]rikken[at]fsfe[dot]org), he will send you the meeting link and access code.

European approaches towards a Sustainable Digitalization (online)

06 May 2021

In a Workshop we will address several question on how to engage civil society to work on EU level. How can civil society increase pressure on the EU and its member states to make digitalization more sustainable? How can an integrated agenda for sustainable digitalization carried by European civil society organizations look like? What could be joint activities? FSFE's Alexander Sander will talk about advocating on EU level.  

Digital souveräne Gesellschaft (online)

05 May 2021

Seit letztem Jahr fordern zivilgesellschaftliche Organisationen, darunter die FSFE die Politik auf: Aus der Krise lernen - Digitale Zivilgesellschaft stärken! Mit vier Forderungen zeigt das Netzwerk, wie Digitalisierung für eine digital souveräne Gesellschaft gelingen kann – und fordert die Parteien im Hinblick auf die Bundestagswahl auf, Digitalisierung für das Gemeinwohl zur zentralen Prämisse zu machen.

Am Launch-Event am 5. Mai 2021 um 18:00 Uhr diskutieren Julia Reda (Forscherin, Aktivistin und ehem. Mitglied des EU-Parlaments), Henning Tillmann (Softwareentwickler und Co-Vorstand von D64) und Julia Kloiber (Co-Gründerin Superrr Lab) // über die vier Forderungen. Anschließend öffnen wir von 18.45-19:30 Uhr für alle Teilnehmenden die Möglichkeit, sich in vier Themenräumen zu Lösungen, Maßnahmen und Handlungsaufforderungen auszutauschen. Alexander Sander von der FSFE wird den Themenraum Öffentliches Geld, öffentliches Gut moderieren und u.a. auf die Public Money? Public Code! Kampagen der FSFE eingehen. 

Linux aus der Tüte auf Mobiltelefonen (online)

03 May 2021

Austausch von Erfahrungen im täglichen Gebrauch von GNU/Linux auf Mobiltelefonen: Was geht, was geht nicht, mögliche Geräte die verwendet werden können sowie Distributionen und Tookits, usw.

Die Veranstaltung ist offen für alle und findet statt am Montag, 3. Mai um 19 Uhr online im BBB der FSFE. 

eGovernment Kommunal 2021 - Virtual Conference (online)

28 April 2021

Von Zentralisierung zu Standardisierung – Wie können wir aus einer heterogenen digitalen Verwaltungslandschaft eine Einheit formen? In welchen Bereichen bietet sich Zentralisierung an? In welchen Standardisierung? Ist der IT-Planungsrat das richtige Standardisierungsgremium? Ein Blick in die Wirtschaft: Wie macht man es dort?
Alexander Sander wird die Perspektive zu Offenen Standards und Freier Software auf dem Panel mit einbringen.

 

Open Education Day, Vortrag zu "Lernen wie die Profis" (Online)

24 April 2021

Mit einer breiten Palette von Referaten, Workshops und Kurzpräsentationen vermittelt die Tagung Wissen und Erfahrung zu Open Source Technologien, Open Content, Medienbildung und Informatik-Kompetenzen im Schweizer Lehrplan 21. Ralf Hersel, Koordinator Lokalgruppe Zürich wird in der Lightning Talk-Session um 15:05 einen Vortrag zu Lernen wie die Profis halten. Lernen wie die Profis informiert über Digitale Souveränität, erklärt professionelle Ansätze und bietet konkrete Vorschläge. Für den Open Education Day ist eine kostenlose Registirierung erforderlich. Die Anmeldefrist endet am Donnerstag, 15. April 2021. 

Digitale Demokratie (online)

24 April 2021

Digitale Technologien sind heute Kernbestandteil unseres alltäglichen Lebens. Doch auch in der Infrastruktur moderner Staaten spielen sie eine wichtige Rolle. Schlüsselelement ist hier Freie Software, die den Schutz der Privatsphäre und Souveränität über die eigenen Daten garantiert. Auch, dass Technologien dezentral organisiert sind, ist wichtig, damit große Tech-Konzerne keine absoluten Monopole errichten können und somit eine starke Abhängigkeit an sich. Bedeutend ist dies, da es neben der Sicherstellung von Kontrolle auch um Fragen der Sicherheit und Effizienz geht. Und darüber hinaus auch um die Verteilung von Macht in Form von Einfluss. Alexander Sander wird einen Einblick in dieses Themenfeld geben und steht für Fragen und Anmerkungen bereit. 

FSFE Netherlands online get-together (online) in Online, Netherlands

21 April 2021

On April 21st, the FSFE Netherlands will have another localgroup meeting. Like the last few times it will be held online, so that despite of missing our regular physical meeting we keep in touch. The meeting will be from 20:00 to 21:00 CEST on the conference server. It is usually quite 'gezellig' and so most stay until 22:30, but you can leave whenever you see fit. The meeting is open for everybody, and we'll switch to English if not everybody understands Dutch. To join the meeting please send an email to country coordinator Nico Rikken (nico[dot]rikken[at]fsfe[dot]org), he will send you the meeting link and access code.

"Digitale Souveränität in Europa – Freie Software als Schlüssel" - Vortrag und Diskussion (online)

15 April 2021

Seit einigen Jahren ist der Begriff "Digitale Souveränität" in aller Munde und dabei sehr dehnbar geworden. Max Mehl, Programmmanager der FSFE, besinnt sich in dieser Diskussion auf die Ursprünge: Software, und wie Staaten und ihre Bürger diese selbstbestimmt nutzen können – denn dort liegt noch vieles im Argen. Max Mehl verschafft einen Überblick über die wichtigsten Zusammenhänge und diskutiert pragmatische Möglichkeiten anhand bestehender Beispiele, um öffentliche digitale Infrastruktur auf moderne Beine zu stellen.

Der Vortrag findet um 19:30 Uhr (CEST) auf Einladung von Europe Direct Dortmund statt und kann online besucht werden. Es wird keine Registrierung benötigt. 

Regular bi-weekly edu meeting fsfe group Berlin (online)

25 March 2021

On the 25th of March, at 19:30 (CET), the local FSFE Berlin group hosts one of their regular meetings. This time it is themed around "Free Software in the educational sector" (edu) meeting. Together they discuss the state of Free Software in the educational sector. The meeting is open for everybody and needs no registration. It will be held online

LibrePlanet talk: Public Money? Public Code! A campaign framework to promote software freedom (online)

21 March 2021

Matthias Kirschner will be delivering a talk, "Public Money? Public Code! A campaign framework to promote software freedom," on Sunday, 21 March 2021, from 16:05 CET to 16:50 CET, at the all-online LibrePlanet 2021 conference. LibrePlanet is a conference about software freedom, happening 20 to 21 March 2021. The event is hosted by our sister organisation, the Free Software Foundation (FSF), and brings together software developers, law and policy experts, activists, students, and computer users to learn skills, celebrate Free Software accomplishments, and face upcoming challenges. Newcomers are always welcome, and LibrePlanet 2021 will feature programming for all ages and experience levels. Registration is required.  

REUSE: Simple steps to declare your copyright and licenses (online)

21 March 2021

Max Mehl, Programme Manager, will be giving a presentation about REUSE in "REUSE: Simple steps to declare your copyright and licenses" on Sunday, 21 March 2021, from 16:10 CET to 16:55 CET, at the LibrePlanet 2021 conference. In this presentation Max Mehl will talk about how Free Software licensing can be made easier with the REUSE initiative. Through software licensing developers are setting the conditions for the use and reuse of their code. In three easy steps, you can make sure that all files are labelled clearly. No matter how complex you project is, REUSE keeps you covered. With the additional documents and tools, you can increase the time you spend coding. Join the session to learn about the principles and see a live demo of how we make a project REUSE compliant. Registration for the LibrePlanet 2021 conference is required. 

FSFE Netherlands online get-together (online)

17 March 2021

On the 17th of March, Dutch election day, the FSFE Netherlands will have another localgroup meeting. Like last few times it will be held online, so that despite missing our regular physical meeting we keep in touch. The meeting will be from 20:00 until 21:00 CET on the conference server. It is usually quite 'gezellig' and so most stay until 22:30, but you can leave whenever you see fit. The meeting is open for everybody, and we'll switch to English if not everybody understands Dutch. To join the meeting please send an email to country coordinator Nico Rikken (nico[dot]rikken[at]fsfe[dot]org), he will send you the meeting link and access code.

20 Jahre FSFE: Der lange Weg für Software-Freiheit (online)

13 – 14 March 2021

Am Samstag, 13. März, um 12:00 Uhr (MEZ), wird Matthias Kirschner, Präsident der FSFE, auf den diesjährigen Chemnitzer Linux-Tagen über die Arbeit der Free Software Foundation Europe sprechen. Public Money? Public Code! Router Freiheit, Radio Equipment Directive, einfachere Hilfen bei der Lizenzierung oder Free Your Android. Das sind einige der Aktivitäten mit denen die Free Software Foundation Europe seit 2001 Menschen einen selbstbestimmten Umgang mit Technik ermöglichen will. Der Vortrag gibt einen kurzen Überblick über die FSFE mit einige Beispiele aus den Bereichen Öffentlichkeitsarbeit, Policy Arbeit und der rechtliche Arbeit zu Freier Software. Zum 20. Jährigen Geburtstag der Free Software Foundation Europe, soll ein besseres Verständnis zur Arbeitsweise der FSFE vermittelt und Möglichkeiten zur Mitarbeit aufgezeigt werden. Eine Registrierung für das Event ist nicht erforderlich. 

»Public Money? Public Code!« (online)

13 – 14 March 2021

Am Sonntag, 14. März, um 14 Uhr (MEZ) hält Bonnie Mehring auf den diesjährigen Chemnitzer Linux-Tagen, einen Vortrag über die langjährige "Public Money? Public Code!" Initiative. Sie wird erklären, wie der Rahmen der Kampagne genutzt werden kann, um die Einführung Freier Software-freundlicher Politik auf lokaler Ebene voranzutreiben.

Mit "Public Money? Public Code!" fordern mehr als 200 Organisationen und mehr als 29.000 Einzelpersonen, dass öffentlich finanzierte Software unter Freien Software-Lizenzen öffentlich zugänglich gemacht werden sollte. Gemeinsam haben wir Politiker, Entscheidungsträger und Beamte auf allen Ebenen - von der Europäischen Union und nationalen Regierungen bis hin zu Bürgermeistern und Leitern von öffentlichen Bibliotheken - auf diese Forderung angesprochen. Dies führte nicht nur zu wichtigen Diskussionen über Softwarefreiheit mit Entscheidungsträgern, sondern auch bereits zu konkreten politischen Veränderungen. Wir haben bereits Verwaltungen aus Spanien, Schweden und Deutschland, die "Public Money? Public Code!". Eine Registrierung für das Event ist nicht erforderlich. 

"Free Software development: Freestyle, Duty or Burden for the Administration?" (online)

17 February 2021

On 17 February 10:30 to 12:00 CET, Matthias Kirschner will participate in a panel discussion about opportunities, hurdles with and incentives for Free Software in the public administration. The panel is part of the event "digital state online", focusing on topics like digital administration, digital society and digital sovereignty. Patron of the event is the German Federal Chancellor's Office. 

FSFE Netherlands online get-together (online)

17 February 2021

On the 17th of Februari the FSFE Netherlands will have another localgroup meeting. Like last few times it will be held online, so that despite missing our regular physical meeting we keep in touch. The meeting will be from 20:00 until 21:00 CET on the conference server. It is usually quite 'gezellig' and so most stay until 22:30, but you can leave whenever you see fit. The meeting is open for everybody, and we'll switch to English if not everybody understands Dutch. To join the meeting please send an email to country coordinator Nico Rikken (nico[dot]rikken[at]fsfe[dot]org), he will send you the meeting link and access code.

Wikipedia Weekly Network - LIVE Wikidata editing #31 #ilovefs (online)

14 February 2021

Wikidata users Ainali and Abbe98 are doing some live editing on Wikidata (in English), and discuss their thought process of what they are doing and why they do it. In this episode, since it is I Love Free Software Day​, they will both look at Free Software already described in Wikidata and also how you can add more to Wikidata. You need no prior knowledge of Wikidata to follow along in this episode. Sunday, February 14, 19.00 UTC.
 

Fellowship-Treffen Berlin (online)

14 February 2021

Am Sonntag, 14. Februar 2021 findet wieder der alljährliche "I Love Free Software"-Tag (womöglich auch als “Ick lieb’ dir, Freie Software”-Tag bekannt ;-) statt! Dieser internationale Tag wird jedes Jahr begangen, um all den fleißigen Menschen zu danken, die für uns ihre Zeit opfern, damit wir coole Freie Software nutzen können. Dieses Mal möchten wir Euch die Gelegenheit geben, ein für Euch nützliches, schönes, skurriles, besonderes oder sonstwie interessantes Stück Freier Software vorzustellen. Alle Details findet ihr auf der Veranstaltungsseite. Wir treffen uns online, am Sonntag den 14.02.2021 um 15:00 Uhr. 

FSFE with booth, talks and dev room at FOSDEM

06 – 07 February 2021

The FSFE will be present at FOSDEM, the biggest annual Free Software happening in Europe. While FOSDEM normally takes place in Brussels, this year it will happen online. Max Mehl gives a talk about the "Best practices for declaring copyright and licenses" and Lucas Lasota will speak about "Net Neutrality and Free Software: The Case of Router Freedom in Europe". The FSFE will also be present with a digital booth that you can visit to talk with people.

Apart from the digital booth, for the first time the FSFE will co-organise the Legal and Policy Issues Devroom at FOSDEM. We will also continue with our traditional pre-FOSDEM meeting the day before FOSDEM. This is our community get-together which will be kicked-off with a keynote by Cory Doctorow. 

FSFE Netherlands online get-together (online)

20 January 2021

On the 20th of January the FSFE Netherlands will have another localgroup meeting. Like last few times it will be held online, so that despite missing our regular physical meeting we keep in touch. The meeting will be from 20:00 until 21:00 CET on the conference server. It is usually quite 'gezellig' and so most stay until 22:30, but you can leave whenever you see fit. The meeting is open for everybody, and we'll switch to English if not everybody understands Dutch. To join the meeting please send an email to country coordinator Nico Rikken (nico[dot]rikken[at]fsfe[dot]org), he will send you the meeting link and access code.

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