Events

Add an event

If you know about a FSFE related event that is not yet listed here or that you run on your own, you can easily add it by using our event announcement tool.

Future events

Pre-FOSDEM Community Meeting 2020 in Brussels, Belgium

31 January 2020

The Free Software Foundation Europe will bring together the key Free Software groups of Europe a day before the FOSDEM event, in order to network and get an overview about activities of Free Software groups from all over Europe.

The Pre-FOSDEM Event will be held on 31 January 2020, 13:30 to 19:00 at MundoB, Edinburgh Street 26, in Brussels. It is for free but we would be happy if you could register.

You can register here: https://registration.fsfe.org/Pre-FOSDEM-2020

FOSDEM 2020, Brussels, Belgium

01 to 02 February 2020

FOSDEM, Europe's largest Free Software conference, takes place on February 1 and 2 at Campus Solbosch of Free University Brussels (ULB). The FSFE will be present with multiple talks: Matthias Kirschner, President of the FSFE, gives a talk about "The core values of software freedom" and a lightning talk about "Civil society needs Free Software hackers". Max Mehl, Programme Manager of the FSFE, talks about REUSE in "Go REUSE to license your code" and the FSFE's Deputy Coordinator France, Vincent Lequertier, talks about "Putting Artificial Intelligence back into people's hands".

As usual, FSFE is also present with a booth and presents latest news from our work, a wide range of information material, stickers, and postcards, and of course the latest FSFE fashion. This time, FSFE's booth is in the second level of building K, upstairs from where it was in the previous years. On Saturday night we invite you to come together after FOSDEM to have a social evening with our community. The location will be announced at the booth the very same day. Pass by and find out. Looking forward meeting you!

Past events

Linux Installationsparty in Witzenhausen, Deutschland

21 January 2020

Die Lokale Gruppe "Nordhessen" der Free Software Foundation Europe veranstaltet eine Linux-Installations-Party am Dienstag dem 21.2. ab 19 Uhr im BIOTOP, Walburgerstr. 21, Witzenhausen anlässlich des kürzlichen Ablebens von Windows 7.

The REUSE project in Merano, Italy

21 January 2020

The Free Software community will meet at 20:00 at the Mexican Restaurant Da Carlos Harmonie, via Matteotti 11, 39012 Merano BZ, Italy, for dinner and to have a discussion round about the REUSE project.

No registration needed, if you can announce your attendance writing an e-mail to patrick@fsfe.org we will reserve a big enough table.

FSFE booth at NLLGG meeting in Utrecht, Netherlands

18 January 2020

The FSFE will be present with a booth at the NLLGG meeting in Utrecht. If you are interested in Free Software and he FSFE, pass by and get to know the people from our community and our work. We will be there from 10.00 to 16.00 o'clock. The address is: Kranenburg Praktijkonderwijs, Tamboersdijk 9, 3582 TZ Utrecht, The Netherlands. We're looking forward to have a chat with you about Free Software.

The FSFE assembly at the Chaos Communication Congress 36C3 in Leipzig, Germany

27 to 30 December 2019

As in previous years, the FSFE will be present with an assembly during the Chaos Communication Congress from December 27 to 30 in Leipzig, Germany. The FSFE assembly will be part of the cluster "about:freedom" and running its own track. Among other talks this year we cover software sustainability and software obsolescence, Free Software in science and Open Science, censorship and encryption, Public Money Public Code and experiences from running complete Free Software environments. If you are going to 36C3, check out the regularly updated wiki page.

GNU Health CON 2019 - Public Money Public Code - Modernising Public Infrastructure with Free Software in Liege, Belgium

13 to 15 December 2019

The FSFE Policy Manager Alexander Sander will give a talk on "Public Money? Public Code!" Campaign. This will happen as part of the three-day conference - GNU Health CON 2019, where you’ll have the opportunity to attend different thematic sessions and free workshops, share experiences, learn about and discuss implementation cases and, of course, network with GNU Health community members from around the world!

Public Money Public Code – Modernising Public Infrastructure with Free Software in Utrecht, Netherlands

09 December 2019

The FSFE Policy Manager will give a talk during the "Online Participatie in Actie!" Congress. What is Free Software? Why is it good when administrations rely on Free Software? How does Free Software contribute to security and transparency of state digital infrastructure? Which steps can public administrations take? These and more questions are answered in this talk.

Selfhosting Workshop in Zürich, Schweiz

28 November 2019

Es gibt keine Cloud, sondern nur die Computer anderer Leute! In diesem Sinne zeigt ein Workshop FSFE Lokalgruppe Zürich wie man seine eigene Cloud betreibt um Dateien, Fotos, Kontakte, Kalender und vieles mehr zu speichern und zu teilen. Die Teilnehmenden lernen, wie ein eigener Cloud-Server aufgesetzt wird und haben Gelegenheit, verschiedene Cloud-Dienste auszuprobieren. Der Workshop findet statt am Donnerstag, 28. November 2019, von 18 – 20 Uhr in der Digicomp Academy AG, Limmatstrasse 50, 8005 Zürich. Der Workshop ist kostenfrei aber um Anmeldung gebeten unter: https://t1p.de/rp9z

Fellowship-Treffen der FSFE Berlin mit zwei Vorträgen; in Berlin, Germany

28 November 2019

Für das kommende Treffen haben wir direkt zwei Vortragende von der FSFE als Gäste eingeladen!

Als Erstes wird unsere derzeitige Praktikantin Bonnie Mehring in einem kurzen Vortrag über die neuesten Entwicklungen in der "Public Money, Public Code"-Kampagne sprechen. Danach wird unser Policy-Analyst Alexander Sander, nach ein paar einführenden Worten, mit uns über die Entwicklung der "EU-Urheberrechtsreform" und die Rolle der FSFE in diesem Prozess diskutieren.

Wie zur Zeit üblich geht das Treffen so gegen 19:00 Uhr los. Mit den Vorträgen werden wir ab 20 Uhr anfangen. Falls Ihr etwas Essen möchtet, bietet es sich also an, schon etwas zeitgerechter da zu sein. In der E-LOK wird es wie immer gutes Essen und Getränke zu angenehmen Preisen geben. Gute Stimmung bringt ihr erfahrungsgemäß mit.

Teilt die Ankündigung[3] gerne auf den bekannten Plattformen und folgt uns auf Friendica, um die neuesten Ankündigungen zu unseren Veranstaltungen und Aktivitäten zu bekommen!

Wann: 28.11.2019 19:00 Uhr; Wo: Jugendclub E-LOK, Laskerstraße 6-8, 10245 Berlin

The FSFE Community Meeting 2019 in Bolzano, Italy

15 to 16 November 2019

The FSFE will run its Annual Community meeting for 2019 in cooperation with the SFScon- one of Europe’s most established Annual Conferences on Free Software, happening every in November in Bolzano, Italy. On Saturday, November 16, there will be a public FSFE-track in the morning, and our internal workshops and sessions during the afternoon. There will be social activities in the evening and you can find all up-to-date information on the dedicated wiki-page.

LocHal Open Source Event in Tilburg, Netherlands

02 November 2019

On November 2nd, from 12:00 to 16:00 there will be the fourth edition of LocHal Open Source Event in Tilburg. This year all labs of the library will participate and even KunstLoc Brabant is involved in the program. The FSFE will be represent with an infobooth and a presentation by the Dutch country coordinator Nico Rikken.

FSFE talk about REUSE at Open Source Summit in Lyon, France

28 to 30 October 2019

Max Mehl, the FSFE Programme Manager, gives a presentation about the REUSE project at the Open Source Summit Europe in Lyon. He will guide through the REUSE principles, discuss opportunities for projects and enterprises, and update on the latest exciting developments of the REUSE project. Max' talk is part of a whole track about software license compliance.

With around 2.000 participants, the OSSEU is a large event, mainly focused on an industry audience. There is an admission fee to participate in the conference, but the talk will be recorded.

Die FSFE mit einem Stand auf dem LinuxDay in Dornbirn, Österreich

19 October 2019

Der von der Linux User Group Voralberg organisierte LinuxDay ist mit bis zu 500 Besuchern die größte Veranstaltung in Vorarlberg zu Linux und Freier Software. Die FSFE wird dort mit einem Stand und Infomaterial einen Tag lang vertreten sein. Auf dem LinuxDay wird es Vorträge und Workshops rund um das Thema Freie Software geben.

Chaos Hacktoberfest FFM in Frankfurt am Main, Germany

19 October 2019

On Saturday, 19th of October starting from 13:37 the Chaos Computer Club Frankfurt and the FSFE local group Rhein-Main invite you to join our Hacktoberfest. We welcome every people. No matter if you're a beginner and want to learn first steps in contributing to Free Software or if you're a professional. The Hacktoberfest is a one month celebration of Free Software.

Das Treffen der FSFE-Bonn-Gruppe in Bonn, Deutschland

14 October 2019

Wir sind eine Gruppe von Freund/-innen Freier Software, die sich einmal im Monat in Bonn treffen um uns über Freie Software (aka Open Source) auszutauschen. Das passiert oft in Form von Vorträgen oder Workshops. Die Bonner FSFE-Community-Meetings finden jeweils um 19 Uhr im BonnLAB statt, Zingsheimstraße 2, 53225 Bonn-Beuel.Jedes Treffen hat üblicherweise ein Thema, das mit einem kurzen oder längeren Vortrag vorgestellt wird.

Die Treffen sind kostenlos und offen für alle, die Interesse an Freier Software haben. Als FSFE Community wollen wir allen eine friedliche und freundliche Atmosphäre bieten, ausgedrückt wird das durch den Code of Conduct der FSFE.

The FSFE with a booth at FOSSCOMM 2019 in Lamia, Greece

11 to 12 October 2019

The FSFE's Local Group will host an info-booth at the FOSSCOMM (Free and Open Source Software Communities Meeting). This is an annual Greek conference aiming at Free Software enthusiasts, developers, and communities. It has been hosted in various cities around Greece and this year will be hosted in Lamia. The aim of the event is to promote the use of Free Software in Greece and bring enthusiasts together.

The FSFE Local Group meeting on Next Generation Internet in Berlin, Deutschland

10 October 2019

The FSFE's Project Manager Gabriel Ku Wei Bin will give a talk about the "Next Generation Internet" Initiative", that the FSFE is currently involved in. In short, the project, which is funded by the European Commission, gives grant funding opportunities to people developing software, that can help transform the internet into a platform, that respects human and societal values, privacy, participation, and diversity. Gabriel will talk about FSFE's role in all this and how interested people can apply to get financial and technical support from this Initiative.

The meeting will start at 19h, but the talk will start at about 20h at E-LOK (Laskerstraße 4-6, near train station Ostkreuz). If you would like to follow the Berlin Local Group activities, you can do so on the Friendica platform.

The FSFE with a booth at the Tierschutzlauf 2019 in Vienna, Austria

06 October 2019

The FSFE community in Vienna will be present with an information stall at the annual Tierschutzlauf (animal welfare run) event in Vienna. About 1000 runners and their supporters will be present at the popular event.

The FSFE with a talk at the Open Source Lisbon in Lisbon, Portugal

04 October 2019

Why does programmed software with taxpayers’ money is not released as a Free Software? We want legislation requiring that publicly financed software developed for public sector must be made publicly available under a Free and Open Source Software licence.

If it is public money, it should be public code as well. Code paid by all people should be available to all people!

This talk of our Policy Manager Alexander Sander will provide a brief overview of the Free Software Foundation Europe’s (FSFE) previous and ongoing activities to foster software freedom in Europe, on the levels of politics, legal work with enterprises, and general public awareness. Find out more on: https://publiccode.eu/

The FSFE with a booth and talk at the "Kieler Open Source und Linux Tage" in Kiel, Germany

20 to 21 September 2019

The FSFE's local group in Kiel will participate at the the 17th "Kieler Open Source und Linux Tage" with a booth and a talk. Along with that, the FSFE Kiel coordinator, Christian Kalkhoff will have a session, where he will talk about the Public Money? Public Code! campaign.

FSFE with a booth at Software Freedom Day in Utrecht, The Netherlands

21 September 2019

The FSFE will be present with a booth at the Software Freedom Day at the NLLGG meeting in Utrecht. If you are interested in Free Software and the FSFE, pass by and get to know the people from our community and our work. We will be there from 10.00 in the morning until 16.00 o'clock. The address of the location is: Kranenburg Praktijkonderwijs, Tamboersdijk 9, 3582 TZ Utrecht, The Netherlands.

Looking forward to interesting talks.

FSFE talk and booth at BalCCon in Novi Sad, Serbia

13 to 15 September 2019

In his talk, FSFE Programme Manager Max Mehl will explain how Free Software can be the solution to many pressing security problems. He will look at pros and cons and use concrete examples to illustrate why security and openness are not contradictory.

The FSFE will also be present with a booth in the assembly area. The BalCCon confence takes place at the in Novi Sad, Serbia, from 13 to 15 September. It is one of the most significant hacker events in this area. Tickets are available at a relatively low price.

Public Money? Public Code! panel in Berlin, Germany

14 September 2019

During the Nextcloud conference in Berlin our policy analyst Alexander Sander will participate at a panel about "Public Money? Public Code!". The panel takes place on Saturday, 14th at 12, at the TU Berlin, Straße des 17. Juni 136, Berlin. Nextcloud kindly provided a voucher for free entrance to the whole FSFE community. You can get your free ticket here.

Stand promocional de la FSFE en el TechParty2019 en Madrid, España

14 September 2019

La FSFE va a ser en el TechParty2019 con un stand informativo y promocional. El TechParty es una conferencia sobre temas relacionados al hacking, programación, economía social, reciclaje tecnológico, hardware libre y ciberseguridad la que pasará en La Nave de Madrid. Se expectan más de 100 participantes y un registro previo es necesario.

A discussion on Supporting non-IT organisations in Frankfurt, Germany

04 September 2019

The local FSFE Rhine-Main group hosts a meeting in Frankfurt on September 4th between 19:00h and 21:30h . The theme of the gathering is "Supporting non-IT organisations!". As more and more processes are involving software, Human Rights and other non-IT centred organisations face the need to better understand software. This knowledge becomes crucial for their work and during the meeting we will discuss ways to support such organisations and raise with them awareness of Free Software.

If you are interest in talking about power relations in our society that are influenced by software, what Free Software is and how it could be helpful, please join us. The meeting takes place at the Coworking Zentrale, Berger Straße 175 | 60385 Frankfurt and registration is not required.

The FSFE with an assembly at the Chaos Communication Camp in Mildenberg, Germany

21 to 25 August 2019

The FSFE will be present with an assembly and an information booth at the Chaos Communication Camp 2019 in Mildenberg, Germany. The FSFE assembly will be part of the about:freedom village and is hosted for and by our members, friends and supporters to offer a common space to discuss, meet, hack and organise. Let's put the hacking back into politics!

The FSFE's information stall at Veganmania in Donauinsel in Vienna, Austria

24 to 25 August 2019

The Veganmania summer street festivals in Austria are well known and thousands of people are visiting them each year. This is the second Veganmania for this year. Its on the Danube island directly at the city center which is a well known and beloved recreation area. In previous years the festival gave us the opportunity to introduce many people to the Free Software and its philosophical background, as well as give practical advices on how to get and use it. These festivals have been proven to give us much more outreach than any of the Linux weeks events that would normally be the environment for such stalls. And of course it is fun to have such a stall in the middle of stands with many delicious treats.

The FSFE with a booth at Rotlintstraßenfest in Frankfurt am Main, Germany

24 August 2019

The FSFE's local group in Rhein/Main will participate at the "Rotlintstraßenfest" in Frankfurt am Main with an info-booth. We have stickers and flyers available and our ambition is to bring awareness about the Free Software to non-techy audience and excite them about the use and benefits of the Free Software.

The FSFE "Freedom to go" workshop at the CCC camp in Mildenberg, Germany

23 August 2019

At the Chaos Communication Camp Erik Albers, Programme Manager of the FSFE, gives a workshop about "Freedom to go": After a short introduction about possible (non-existing) freedoms in Android and its Custom ROMs the workshop will explain functions and possible usage of F-Droid and G-Droid as well as the best (according to his opinion) android-based Free Software apps including methods of anonymization and encryption. The workshop's format is an interactive one and participants are asked to present their own favorite apps. The workshop will be at 15:00 in the cluster about:freedom, the camp is sold out.

FSFE talk on sustainability of software at the CCC camp in Mildenberg, Germany

21 August 2019

Erik Albers, Programme Manager of the FSFE, talks "About the sustainability of Software" at the Chaos Communication Camp. Software is essential part and resource of our service and knowledge organisation just as our infrastructures. Based on this finding, the talk reflects the special characteristics of the "Resource Software" and how to use it to create sustainable software, ready to be preserved for the future. The talk is at 21 in the Three Headed Monkey Village. The camp is sold out but there will be a live-stream as well as a recording

FSFE-Vortrag auf der FrOSCon in Bonn, Deutschland

10 to 11 August 2019

Warum wird durch Steuergelder finanzierte Software nicht als Freie Software veröffentlicht?

Mit Hilfe der Kampagne Public Money? Public Code! wollen wir die rechtlichen Grundlagen schaffen, die es erfordern, dass mit öffentlichen Geldern für öffentliche Verwaltungen entwickelte Software unter einer Freie-Software- und Open-Source Lizenz veröffentlicht wird. Wenn es sich um öffentliche Gelder handelt, sollte auch der Code öffentlich sein!

In dem Talk von unserem Policy Manager Alexander Sander wird unsere Kampagne vorgestellt und aufgezeigt, warum es sich lohnt, diese zu unterstützen.

Vortrag: Freie Soziale Netzwerke: Alternativen zu Facebook, Instagram und Nebenan.de in Berlin, Deutschland

10 August 2019

In diesem Vortrag soll es um eine Alternative gehen: Das Fediverse. Dies ist ein soziales Netzwerk, welches nicht aus einem einzigen Anbieter besteht, sondern aus Vielen. Jeder kann sein eigenes Netzwerk betreiben. Jeder kann bei einem Freund/einer Freundin oder bei einem vertrauenswürdigen Verein einen Account haben. Und jeder Account kann mit allen anderen Accounts im Fedi­verse in Kontakt treten. Dadurch wird das Fediverse dezentral organisiert, ähnlich wie man es schon von E-Mails her kennt. Im Fediverse gibt es keine Werbung im Stream der Beiträge, kein Durchleuchten für Wer­be­zwe­cke, sowie mehr Kontrolle über die eigenen Daten. Und kompliziert ist es auch nicht – Freie Software hilft uns, das Fediverse für alle zu realisieren! Ort: Schätzchen - Das Café für Schöne Dinge Salonkultur.

Adresse: Marienburger Str. 5a, 10405 Berlin (Prenzlauer Berg) Anfangszeit: 19 Uhr

Hamburger FSFE Supporter Stammtisch in Hamburg, Deutschland

08 August 2019

Die Hamburger FSFE Supporter und allgemein Freie Software Interessierte treffen sich am Donnerstag 8.8. ab 19:00 zum monatlichen Stammtisch im Café SternChance, Schröderstiftstr 7. Eine Registrierung ist nicht notwendig.

Freie Software für eine freie Gesellschaft in Nürnberg, Germany

22 July 2019

Ein signifikanter und wachsender Teil unseres Lebens läuft über die Nutzung von Computern, Smartphones und Internetdiensten ab. Wir nutzen diese, um unsere Gedanken auszudrücken, mit anderen Menschen zu kommunizieren und unsere Erinnerungen zu erfassen, sei es in Text, Bild oder Video. Angesichts dieser Durchdringung ist es wichtig, sich über die Bedeutung von Freiheit in der digitalisierten Welt bewusst zu werden, deren Garantie essentiell für unsere freiheitlich-demokratische Gesellschaft ist. Freie Software garantiert ihren Nutzer*Innen, sie für jeden Zweck nutzen, ihre Funktionsweise untersuchen, sie weitergeben und verbessern zu können. Damit ist sie eine Grundvoraussetzung für echte Freiheit auf digitalen Endgeräten.

In diesem Vortrag wird auf die Grundlagen Freier Software eingegangen und mit gängigen Missverständnissen aufgeräumt. Weiterhin werden die Herausforderungen der Verlagerung von Softwarefunktionen vom eigenen Gerät in die "Cloud" erörtert und welche Bedeutung Freie Software für Netzwerke hat (Soziale Netzwerke, Messenger Dienste, usw.). Abschließend gibt es ein paar Tipps, was jede*r tun kann, um schrittweise mehr Freiheit auf dem Gerät zu erlangen.

Diese Veranstaltung wird von dem Nürnberger Hackspace K4CG und der Ortsgruppe Franken der Free Software Foundation Europe organisiert. Den Vortrag hält Christian Carlowitz, einer der Koordinatoren der FSFE-Ortsgruppe Franken. Das Seminar wird im Künstlerhaus, Königstraße 93, 90402 Nürnberg stattfinden

Treffen der FSFE-Lokalgruppe in Zürich, Schweiz

11 July 2019

Die Lokalgruppe Zürich trifft sich monatlich in Zürich an wechselnden Locations. Die aktuellen News sind auf der Wikipage zu finden. Als Kommunikationsmöglichkeit dient die zurich(at)lists(dot)fsfe(dot)org, auf der lebhafte Diskussionen zu aktuellen Themen willkommen sind.

Hinweis: Hinweis: Es wird darum gebeten, dass sich Gäste/neue Teilnehmer vor der Teilnahme am Treffen kurz auf der Mailingliste vorstellen.

FSFE Community Meeting Bonn in Bonn, Deutschland

08 July 2019

Wir sind eine Gruppe von Freund/-innen Freier Software, die sich einmal im Monat in Bonn treffen um uns über Freie Software (aka Open Source) auszutauschen. Das passiert oft in Form von Vorträgen oder Workshops. Die Bonner FSFE-Community-Meetings finden jeweils um 19 Uhr im BonnLAB statt, Zingsheimstraße 2, 53225 Bonn-Beuel.

Die Treffen sind kostenlos und offen für alle, die Interesse an Freier Software haben. Als FSFE Community wollen wir allen eine friedliche und freundliche Atmosphäre bieten, ausgedrückt wird das durch den Code of Conduct der FSFE.

Tübix in Tübingen, Germany

06 July 2019

Tübix is a yearly event around GNU/Linux and Free Software. Its fifth incarnation takes place on 6 July 2019 from 9:30 to 18:00 in the rooms of Wilhelm Schickard Institute for IT, auf dem Sand, Tübingen, Germany. Admission is free.

In room V2 at 13:00, Reinhard Müller will give a presentation about the development of web applications with Python, SQLAlchemy, and Flask. He has successfully used this technology for the development of the new online FSFE community portal. The talk is in German. Besides that, FSFE will also present information about its work, a rich assortment of promotion material, and the current FSFE fashion at an information booth.

Max Mehl talks about IT security at Pass the SALT in Lille, France

01 to 03 July 2019

In his talk, FSFE Programme Manager Max Mehl will explain how Free Software can be the solution to many pressing security problems. He will look at pros and cons and use concrete examples to illustrate why security and openness are not contradictory.

The Pass the SALT confence takes place at the Polytech engineer school in Lille from 1 to 3 July. It intends to "build bridges between Security communities and Free Software hackers". A registration to the conference is required.

Libertybits Conference 2019 in Sofia, Bulgaria

25 June 2019

The FSFE's Policy and Project Managers Alexander Sander and Galia Mancheva will be speaking at Libertybits in Sofia, Bulgaria. Alexander will be presenting the "Public Money? Public Code!" campaign and Galia is going to talk about the recent update of the Copyright Directive and what that means for the future of Free Software development. The event will take place in Sofia Tech Park in Sofia, Bulgaria.

The FSFE with a lecture at the University of Tübingen in Tübingen, Germany

25 June 2019

Throughout history technology has influenced society. Reading, writing, arithmetic, agriculture, printing and radio are all examples of developments that changed the way we interact through trade, art and science. The most important cultural technology of the 21st century is software. It runs our workplaces, laptops, mobile phones as well as less obvious places like trains, cars, televisions, washing-machines, fridges, and many other devices. Today it depends on software how the government can implement laws, who will be able to join which university or job, or if and how long people might end up in jail. As people and companies who create software, we should consider how our actions influence the distribution of power in our society — and thereby our democracy.

On June 25, from 20:15h to 21:45h, Matthias Kirschner, President of the Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE), will explain what Free Software is, why software developed with public funds should be available to all and how Power relations in our society are influenced by software. The lecture will take place in Kupferbau HS21, Hölderlinstraße 5, 72074 Tübingen. Admission is free and no registration is required.

FSFE con un taller sobre F-Droid en La Ingobernable in Madrid, Spain

21 June 2019

Erik Albers esta haciendo un taller "Libertad para llevar" sobre software libre en Android en la ingorbernable en Madrid, España. Después de una introduccion en las (faltas de) libertades en Android y Custom-ROMs, se presentará la función y las posibilidades de uso de F-Droid, el repositorio tanto como el cliente. Próximamente se introduce la aplicación G-Droid, un fork del cliente de F-Droid, con que se puede acceder al mismo repositorio de aplicaciones de Software Libre pero lo que ofrece nuevas opciones. Al fin se presentarán algunas de las mejores aplicaciones de software libre en el repositorio F-Droid, así como posibilidades ampliadas de mantener el anonimato y de la encriptación. El taller empieza a las 19:30.

FSFE with a booth at OpenExpo in Madrid, Spain

20 June 2019

The FSFE will be present with a booth at the OpenExpo in Madrid, Spain. If you are interested in Free Software and the FSFE pass by and get to know the people from our community and our work. Looking forward to interesting talks!

Matthias Kirschner keynote about Free Software in our society at OW2con in Paris, France

12 to 13 June 2019

On June 13th, the FSFE's president Matthias Kirschner will give a keynote about Free Software in our society at OW2con. He will argue that as people and companies who create software, we should consider how our actions influence the distribution of power in our society — and thereby our democracy. The event takes place on 12 and 13 of June. Entrance is free of charge but with prior registration required.

Information stall at Veganmania in Vienna, Austria

07 to 10 June 2019

The Viennese FSFE supporters group had made it a tradition to participate every year at the Veganmania summer street festival. This year they will again be present with an FSFE information stand. Every day thousands of people pass by the stand and use the opportunity to learn more about Free Software while enjoying street food and drinks. Visit the stand and meet the great local FSFE community.

FSFE Community Meeting Bonn in Bonn, Deutschland

10 June 2019

Wir sind eine Gruppe von Freund/-innen Freier Software, die sich einmal im Monat in Bonn treffen um uns über Freie Software (aka Open Source) auszutauschen. Das passiert oft in Form von Vorträgen oder Workshops. Die Bonner FSFE-Community-Meetings finden jeweils um 19 Uhr im BonnLAB statt, Zingsheimstraße 2, 53225 Bonn-Beuel.

Die Treffen sind kostenlos und offen für alle, die Interesse an Freier Software haben. Als FSFE Community wollen wir allen eine friedliche und freundliche Atmosphäre bieten, ausgedrückt wird das durch den Code of Conduct der FSFE.

Galia Mancheva speaks about Public Money? Public Code! at TuxCon in Plovdiv, Bulgaria

08 to 09 June 2019

The FSFE Project Manager, Galia Mancheva will introduce the Public Money? Public Code! campaign in front of the local tech community in Plovdiv, Bulgaria on June 8th. TuxCon is an annual event about free and open source software and hardware. The entrance is free for all visitors.

Erik Albers talks about research software and digital resources in Potsdam, Germany

05 June 2019

Since research is usually directly or indirectly financed by public funds, it is obvious to publish this research software under free licenses, so that everyone can benefit from public software. The Free Software Foundation Europe has adopted this simple principle under the slogan "Public Money? Public Code". Erik Albers will discuss the basics of this campaign at the Conference for Research Software Engineers in Germany and how they can support sustainable software management and consumption.

Erik Albers gives F-Droid workshop "Freedom to go" at Gulaschprogrammiernacht in Karlsruhe, Germany

30 May 2019

Erik Albers gives a workshop about Custom-ROMs, F-Droid and G-Droid at the Gulaschprogrammiernacht in Karlsruhe, Germany. Focus of the workshop lies in understanding of the feature-rich fdroid- and gdroid-applications, on anonimity and offline-sharing and a sample of the editor's choice of the best available Free Software apps. Participants are welcome to install and test all applications mentioned during the workshop.

29 May 2019

The FSFE's legal intern Lucas Lasota will give a talk about the latest developments with legal questions concerning Free and Open Source Software at Libre Graphics Meeting's Pre Event in Saarbrücken, Germany. The event is organized by the Opensaar e.V., an association promoting Free and Open Source Software initiatives in the Saar-Lor-Lux Region. The event has no entrance fee.

FSFE's web-a-thon 2019 in Frankfurt (Main), Germany

24 to 26 May 2019

The FSFE's web-a-thon is a meeting among friends and supporters of the FSFE with the intend to have a great time with each other and to collectively work on our homepage. The web-a-thon 2019 will happen from 24th to 26th of May in the rooms of the local Chaos Computer Club Frankfurt (Main). There will be a public social event, please check the wiki-page for the latest updates.

FSFE Booth at Corso Leopold Street Festival in Munich, Germany

25 to 26 May 2019

Corso Leopold is a bi-annual Street Festival on Munich's Leopoldstraße. Because we believe Free Software is an essential part of a Free and Open Society, FSFE Group Munich will be present at Corso Leopold with a booth. We are happy to see Munich's FLOSS community growing further and we feel honored to have our booth next to the booths of several like-minded organizations (digitalcourage e.V, Forum InformatikerInnen für Frieden und gesellschaftliche Verantwortung and Wikipedia e.V.)

We're looking forward to meet new people as well as old friends, to thought-provoking discussions and to nice conversations.

Erik Albers talks about software sustainability at the Magdeburger Developer Days in Magdeburg, Germany

21 May 2019

Software is an essential resource for our communication, infrastructure and society. To guarantee stability of these developed systems, we have to safeguard the existence of this resource as well as sufficient amount of the resource. At the Magdeburger Developer Days, Erik Albers will discuss how we can achieve a sustainable use and consumption of software with the goal of an intergenerational justice and preservation of our resources.

Maker Fair Berlin 2019 in Berlin, Deutschland

17 to 19 May 2019

IT-tinkering is only possible with Free Software, that's why the FSFE is going to be present with an information and merchandise booth at the Maker Fair Berlin from 17.05.2019 until 19.05.2018. On Friday 17 May, the Maker Fair is open for school classes and their teachers, free of charge. The Maker Fair is a get-together of makers and visitors interested in various DIY-ideas. At the FSFE’s booth, visitors can inform themselves about Raspberry Pi as a computer for standard applications especially suitable for education, about how to ‘free’ Android-Smartphones and about email-encryption.

Alexander Sander talks about Public Money? Public Code! at OSCAL in Tirana, Albania

18 May 2019

Why is software that is programmed with taxpayers’ money not released as Free Software? We want legislation requiring that publicly financed software developed for public sector must be made publicly available under a Free and Open Source Software licence. If it is public money, it should be public code as well. Code paid by all people should be available to all people!

This talk of Alexander Sander, FSFEs Policy Manager, will provide a brief overview of the FSFE's previous and ongoing activities to foster software freedom in Europe on the levels of politics, legal work with enterprises, and general public awareness.

FSFE Community Meeting Bonn in Bonn, Deutschland

13 May 2019

Wir sind eine Gruppe von Freund/-innen Freier Software, die sich einmal im Monat in Bonn treffen um uns über Freie Software (aka Open Source) auszutauschen. Das passiert oft in Form von Vorträgen oder Workshops. Die Bonner FSFE-Community-Meetings finden jeweils um 19 Uhr im BonnLAB statt, Zingsheimstraße 2, 53225 Bonn-Beuel.

Die Treffen sind kostenlos und offen für alle, die Interesse an Freier Software haben. Als FSFE Community wollen wir allen eine friedliche und freundliche Atmosphäre bieten, ausgedrückt wird das durch den Code of Conduct der FSFE.

FSFE booth at T-Dose in Eindhoven, The Netherlands

11 May 2019

As in previous years, the FSFE will be present with a booth at T-Dose in Eindhoven, Netherlands. We look forward to interesting dicussions and chats about FSFE and Free Software.

Vortrag: Public Money, Public Code! Modernisierung der öffentlichen Infrastruktur durch Free Software in Wien, Austria

03 May 2019

Warum wird durch Steuergelder finanzierte Software nicht als Freie Software veröffentlicht? Alexander Sander, Policy Manager der FSFE, wird bei den Linuxwochen in Wien einen Vortrag über die Kampagne Public Money, Public Code! halten.

Mit Hilfe der Kampagne Public Money? Public Code! wollen wir die rechtlichen Grundlagen schaffen, die es erfordern, dass mit öffentlichen Geldern für öffentliche Verwaltungen entwickelte Software unter einer Freie-Software- und Open-Source Lizenz veröffentlicht wird. Wenn es sich um öffentliche Gelder handelt, sollte auch der Code öffentlich sein! In dem Talk wird unsere Kampagne vorgestellt und aufgezeigt, warum es sich lohnt, diese zu unterstützen.

Max Mehl gives keynote about IT Security at Grazer Linuxtage in Graz, Austria

26 to 27 April 2019

On April 27th (Saturday), the FSFE Programme Manager Max Mehl will give a keynote about Free Software as a solution to many pressing IT security problems at the Grazer Linuxtage. He will look at the pros and cons and use concrete examples to illustrate why security and openness are not contradictory.The event is an annual 2-day conference around Free Software and Hardware, taking place at the Campus Inffeldgasse of the Technical University Graz.

FLISoL 2019 - mesa informativa de la FSFE in A Coruña, Spain

27 April 2019

El FLISoL es el evento de difusión de Software Libre más grande en Latinoamérica y está dirigido a todo tipo de público: estudiantes, académicos, empresarios, trabajadores, funcionarios públicos, entusiastas y aun personas que no poseen mucho conocimiento informático..

El FLISoL se realiza desde el año 2005 y desde el 2008 se adoptó su realización el 4to Sábado de abril de cada año. La entrada es gratuita y su principal objetivo es promover el uso del software libre, dando a conocer al público en general su filosofía, alcances, avances y desarrollo.

El evento es organizado por las diversas comunidades locales de Software Libre y se desarrolla simultáneamente con eventos en los que se instala, de manera gratuita y totalmente legal, software libre en las computadoras que llevan los asistentes. Además, en forma paralela, se ofrecen charlas, ponencias y talleres, sobre temáticas locales, nacionales y latinoamericanas en torno al Software Libre, en toda su gama de expresiones: artística, académica, empresarial y social.

Your data is yours. Selfhosting made easy in Zürich, Switzerland

18 April 2019

The topic of self-hosting is becoming increasingly important due to policies such as EU Article 13 / CH-current ancillary copyright, privacy etc. It is therefore all the more important to make others aware of the problem. Therefore, we offer a workshop on self-hosting. If you want to participate, please register in advance.

Hamburger FSFE Supporter Stammtisch in Hamburg, Deutschland

11 April 2019

Die Hamburger FSFE Supporter und Free Software Interessierte treffen sich am Donnerstag 11.4. ab 19:00 zum monatlichen Stammtisch. Interessierte sind immer recht herzlich Willkommen. Wenn Du Dein Kommen ankündigen möchtest oder einen (Themen-)Vorschlag für ein Treffen hast, kontaktiere uns bitte über die Mailingliste: "hamburg AT SPAMFREE lists DOT fsfe DOT org". Details zum link.

FSFE Community Meeting Bonn - Free Software Licenses (RA Dr. Michael Stehmann) in Bonn, Deutschland

08 April 2019

We are a group of Free Software friends who meet once a month in Bonn to exchange about Free Software (aka Open Source). This often happens in the form of lectures or demonstrations, and this time RA Dr. Michael Stehmann will present and discuss with us Free Software Licenses.

FSFE-Community-Meetings in Bonn take place on the second Monday of the month at 19.00 in BonnLAB, Zingsheimstraße 2, 53225 Bonn-Beuel. The meetings are free for everyone interested in free software. As FSFE community, we're bound to the Code of Conduct of FSFE to ensure a peaceful and welcoming atmosphere.

Panel about Digitally empowering citizens and administrations in Barcelona, Spain

08 April 2019

The FSFE's Policy Analyst Alexander Sander and Programme Manager Erik Albers will give a presentation on the FSFE's "Public Money? Public Code!" campaign and afterwards join a panel and discuss public policies around Free Software, public money and public administrations in a conversation lead by Monica Bernardi, from Dimmons. The event is organised by our associate Barcelona Free Software Group and without entrance fee. Sander and Albers will be available for further discussions after the panel.

Open Education Day in Berne, Switzerland

06 April 2019

Marcus Moeller, the FSFE Coordinator in Switzerland, will give a presentation about promoting the sustainable use of electronic equipment for educational purposes and thus also promoting free software. Furthermore, the FSFE is represented with a booth table.

The conference is aimed at teachers, responsible persons for school informatics or people interested in education, who would like to introduce or promote Free Libre Open Source Software, Open Content or Open Hardware at their school. With a wide range of lectures, workshops and short presentations, the free of charge conference provides knowledge and experience on open source technologies, open content and IT skills for teachers in Switzerland.

FSFE at the 18th "Augsburger Linux-Infotag"

06 April 2019

FSFE is present with an information and merchandise booth at the 18th "Linux-Infotag Augsburg". The event takes place on 6 April 2019 from 9:30 to 17:30 in the IT faculty of the Augsburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany. Admission is free.

Public Money? Public Code! in Linz, Austria

05 April 2019

Alexander Sander, Policy Manager bei der FSFE, wird einen Vortrag über die Kampagne Public Money, Public Code halten: "Modernisierung der öffentlichen Infrastruktur durch Free Software"

Warum wird durch Steuergelder finanzierte Software nicht als Freie Software veröffentlicht? Mit Hilfe der Kampagne Public Money? Public Code! wollen wir die rechtlichen Grundlagen schaffen, die es erfordern, dass mit öffentlichen Geldern für öffentliche Verwaltungen entwickelte Software unter einer Freie-Software- und Open-Source Lizenz veröffentlicht wird. Wenn es sich um öffentliche Gelder handelt, sollte auch der Code öffentlich sein!

35. Netzpolitischer Abend Wien in Wien, Austria

04 April 2019

Alexander Sander, Policy Manager bei der FSFE, wird einen Vortrag über die Kampagne Public Money, Public Code halten: "Modernisierung der öffentlichen Infrastruktur durch Free Software"

Warum wird durch Steuergelder finanzierte Software nicht als Freie Software veröffentlicht? Mit Hilfe der Kampagne Public Money? Public Code! wollen wir die rechtlichen Grundlagen schaffen, die es erfordern, dass mit öffentlichen Geldern für öffentliche Verwaltungen entwickelte Software unter einer Freie-Software- und Open-Source Lizenz veröffentlicht wird. Wenn es sich um öffentliche Gelder handelt, sollte auch der Code öffentlich sein!

Open Platforms for Open Data? in Vienna, Austria

03 April 2019

FSFE has launched the campaign “Public Money, Public code”, which promotes legislation requiring that publicly financed software developed for the public sector is made publicly available under a Free and Open Source Software licence. The demand to support Free Software is also important for the open data debate. More and more administrations make open data available, which is used by different actors in different ways. However, these actors often resort to closed source solutions, which contradicts the idea of openness.

At this event the FSFE Policy Manager, Alexander Sander will discuss challenges and contradictions with this model as well as provide ways forward on how to shape the open data debate in a way that systematically promotes the public interest.

Treffen der FSFE Kiel in Kiel, Germany

01 April 2019

Wir sind eine Gruppe von Aktivistinnen und Aktivisten für Freie Software, offene Standards und freie Infrastruktur aus Kiel und Umgebung. Wir wollen vor Ort auf die gesellschaftlichen Aspekte (Freier) Software aufmerksam machen und die Verbreitung Freier Software, offener Standards und freier Infrastruktur fördern.

Taller de Periodismo de Datos 2019 in Madrid, Spain

25 to 29 March 2019

Infobooth in Taller de Periodismo de Datos 2019 in Medialab-Prado Madrid.
From Tuesday 26th to Thusrday 28th mornings FSFE will be present with an inforbooth and promo materials at the event.

Talk and booth at the Chemnitzer Linuxtage in Chemnitz, Germany

16 to 17 March 2019

Chemnitzer Linux-Tage is one of Germany's biggest Free Software conferences. It is a longstanding event for educating about Linux and Open Source. The event includes workshops, lectures, and beginner talks in the central building of the Technical University in Chemnitz.

The FSFE is present with an information booth, and on Sunday at 10:00, Erik Albers, FSFE Programme Manager, will give a workshop about F-Droid and other useful Free Software apps and help interested people to use more Free Software on their mobile phones.

Dutch Linux Usergroup NLLGG in Utrecht, Netherlands

16 March 2019

FSFE will have an infobooth with merchandise at the Dutch Linux Usergroup NLLGG in Utrecht. Come, have a chat about Free Software!

Monthly meeting Local Group Zurich in Zurich, Schweiz

14 March 2019

The meeting is for people interested in Free Software and would like to champion the ideals of Free Software. If this is your first participation at this meeting, you would be asked to introduce yourself shortly beforehand.

Hamburger FSFE Supporter Stammtisch in Hamburg, Deutschland

13 March 2019

Die Hamburger FSFE Supporter und Free Software Interessierte treffen sich am Mittwoch 13.3. ab 19:00 zum monatlichen Stammtisch. Mehr Informationen im Link

FSFE Community Meeting Bonn in Bonn, Deutschland

11 March 2019

Wir sind eine Gruppe von Freund/-innen Freier Software, die sich einmal im Monat in Bonn treffen um uns über Freie Software (aka Open Source) auszutauschen. Das passiert oft in Form von Vorträgen oder Vorführungen.

Die Bonner FSFE-Community-Meetings ("Fellowship-Meetings") finden jeweils um 19 Uhr am zweiten Montag eines Monats im BonnLAB statt, Zingsheimstraße 2, 53225 Bonn-Beuel. Die Treffen sind kostenlos und offen für alle, die Interesse an Freier Software haben. Als FSFE Community wollen wir allen eine friedliche und freundliche Atmosphäre bieten, ausgedrückt wird das durch den Code of Conduct der FSFE. Komm' vorbei, wir freuen uns auf Deinen Besuch!

FSFE Supporters Meeting in Rhein/Main, Germany in Frankfurt am Main, Germany

06 March 2019

Die FSFE Rhein/Main trifft sich am 6. März 2019 um 19:00 Uhr in Frankfurt in der Zentrale Coworking, Berger Straße 175 (Bornheim Mitte).

FSFE Supporters Meeting in Rhein/Main, Germany in Frankfurt am Main, Germany

06 March 2019

On Wednesday, 06.03.2019 at 7:00 p.m. the FSFE Rhein/Main Community will meet in Frankfurt at Zentrale Coworking Space at Berger Straße 175 (Bornheim Mitte).

Katharina Nocun und Basanta Thapa präsentieren neue PMPC Broschüre in der c-base Berlin, Deutschland in Berlin, Germany

05 March 2019

Die FSFE spricht sich dafür aus, Freie Lizenzen zum Standard bei Eigenentwicklungen der öffentlichen Hand zu machen. Freie Lizenzen bieten nicht nur Chancen für Kostenersparnis durch Synergieeffekte und mehr Transparenz. Sie sind auch der beste Schutz vor Lock-In-Situationen und Abhängigkeit. Katharina Nocun und Basanta E. P. Thapa stellen die aktuelle Publikation zur Kampagne vor und geben konkrete Hinweise, welche Updates bei Ausschreibungen sinnvoll wären.

FSFE Supporters Meeting in Hamburg, Germany

04 March 2019

Das FSFE Supporters Meeting in Hamburg führt das kleine Experiment aus Januar und Februar fort und liefert sich auch im März noch einmal ein Crossover mit der Linux User Group in Barmbek.

Wir treffen uns am 04. März im Bürgerhaus in Barmbek; in der Lorichstraße 28a, 22307 Hamburg. Wir freuen uns auf neue und altbekannte Gesichter in einer neuen Umgebung, die mehr Raum für Unterhaltung und politischen Diskurs bietet.

Winterkongress Digitale Gesellschaft in Zurich, Switzerland

23 February 2019

The "Winter Kongress Digitale Gesellschaft" is an annual meeting about the digital society in Switzerland. On Saturday, February 23rd, hackers, programmers, activists and other interested parties will meet for the second time at the Karl der Grosse Center in Zurich to exchange views on information technology and its effects on our society. The FSFE will be present with two talks: The FSFE's European public policy programme manager Alexander Sander will speak about "Public Money? Public Code!" and the FSFE's Coordinator Switzerland Marcus Moeller together with Michel Ketterle will present the next version of Freedomvote

Meeting of Local Group Zurich, Switzerland

14 February 2019

Our monthly meetings serve as a way of communication and lively discussions on current Free Software related topics. People who are interested in Free Software and who want to champion the ideals of Free Software are welcome to join. The Monthly meetup of the Zurich Local Group is changing locations every month. Please check the wiki page for this time's location

I love Free Software Party in Berlin, Germany

14 February 2019

Da in diesem Jahr der #ilovefs Day und unser lokales Gruppen-Treffen auf den gleichen Tag fallen, wollen wir die Gelegenheit nutzen und euch einladen, gemeinsam mit uns diesen Tag zu feiern. Ein Teil des Abends ist außerdem wieder für Vorträge eingeplant. Ziel dieser Vorträge ist es *euch* die Gelegenheit geben, in kurzen 5-minütigen Lightning-Talks eure Lieblingssoftware vorzustellen. Wie immer gibt es in der E-LOK gutes Essen und Getränke zu angenehmen Preisen. Gute Stimmung bringt erfahrungsgemäß ihr mit.

Wie zur Zeit üblich geht es so gegen 19:00 Uhr los; falls Ihr etwas Essen möchtet, bietet es sich also an, schon etwas früher zu kommen. Wann: 14.02.2019, 19 Uhr Wo: E-LOK (Laskerstraße 4-6, unweit Bhf Ostkreuz)[0]

Hamburger FSFE Supporter Stammtisch in Hamburg

12 February 2019

Die Hamburger FSFE Supporter und Free Software Interessierte treffen sich am Dienstag 12.2. ab 19:00 zum monatlichen Stammtisch.

FSFE Supporters Meeting in Kiel, Germany

11 February 2019

Am kommenden Montag, den 11.02.2019 ab 20:00, steht wieder das Treffen der FSFE Supporter in Kiel an. Themen an diesem Abend sind unter anderem die FOSDEM, die Europawahl und Skolelinux und der Einsatz von Skolelinux in Schleswig-Holstein.

Das Treffen findet am 11.02.2019, ab 20:00 Uhr, in der Toppoint in der Fraunhoferstraße 2-4 in 24118 Kiel statt.

Bonner FSFE-Community-Meeting in Bonn, Germany

11 February 2019

Wir sind eine Gruppe von Freund/-innen Freier Software, die sich einmal im Monat in Bonn treffen um uns über Freie Software (aka Open Source) auszutauschen. Das passiert oft in Form von Vorträgen oder Vorführungen. Die Bonner FSFE-Community-Meetings ("Fellowship-Meetings") finden jeweils um 19 Uhr am zweiten Montag eines Monats im BonnLAB statt, Zingsheimstraße 2, 53225 Bonn-Beuel Die Treffen sind kostenlos und offen für alle, die Interesse an Freier Software haben. Als FSFE Community wollen wir allen eine friedliche und freundliche Atmosphäre bieten, ausgedrückt wird das durch den Code of Conduct der FSFE. Zum Austausch zwischen den Treffen nutzen wir die Rheinland-Mailingliste (Listenarchiv für Abonnent/innen). Komm' vorbei, wir freuen uns auf Deinen Besuch!

FSFE Rhein-Main meets CCC in Frankfurt am Main,

07 February 2019

Die FSFE Gruppe Rhein-Main trifft sich am Donnerstag, den 7. Februar 2019 um 19:00 Uhr beim CCC Frankfurt, Häusergasse 2 (Bockenheim).

FSFE Rhein-Main meets CCC in Frankfurt am Main,

07 February 2019

The FSFE Group Rhein-Main meets at the Thursday, 7 February 2019 7 pm. at the CCC Frankfurt, Häusergasse 2 (Bockenheim).

Copyleft Conference in Brussels

04 February 2019

Björn Schießle, Germany coordinator at FSFE, gives a talk at this years CopyleftConf in Brussels on "Using strong copyleft to build a sustainable business", sharing his experience of building a sustainable business based on strong copyleft licenses.

Copyleft Conference brings a host of experts, professionals, activists, and students together to discuss copyleft as a method for advancing software freedom around the world

FOSDEM 2019, Brussels, Belgium

02 to 03 February 2019

FOSDEM, Europe's largest Free Software conference, takes place on February 2 and 3 at Campus Solbosch of Free University Brussels (ULB). Admission is free.
As usual, FSFE is present with a booth and presents latest news from its work, a wide range of information material, stickers, and postcards, and of course the latest FSFE fashion.

Eurocities Knowledge Society Forum 23 January 2019 Barcelona

23 January 2019

The FSFE's European public policy programme manager Alexander Sander will be on a panel in the context of the Eurocities Knowledge Society Forum meeting that will be held in Barcelona on 23-25 January 2019, and coordinated from the Technology and Digital Innovation Office of Barcelona City Council.

Eurocities is the network of more than 140 governments of the major European cities. Barcelona will host the meeting of the thematic group Knowledge Society and will focus on Digital Ethical Standards, Technological Sovereignty and Responsible Artificial Intelligence in cities. Alexander Sander will be on the panel to discuss not only the whys of the actual situation, but most importantly, how to move forward and how cities and public administration can foster FLOSS and involve the local ecosystem in developing digital services based on open source software and open standards.

FSFE Supporters Meeting Hamburg in Hamburg, Germany

14 January 2019

Das FSFE Supporters Meeting in Hamburg startet mit einem kleinen Experiment ins Jahr 2019 und liefert sich ein Crossover mit der Linux User Group in Barmbek. Wir treffen uns am 14. Januar im Bürgerhaus in Barmbek; in der Lorichstraße 28a, 22307 Hamburg.

Wir freuen uns auf neue und altbekannte Gesichter in einer neuen Location, die mehr Raum für Unterhaltung und politischen Diskurs bietet.

Event archives

For older events, please see our event archives.