|Upcoming Event List: 2019-05-23 07:41 ~ 2019-07-02|
|Title||Start Date||End Date||Recurrence||Label||Description||Reference|
|KubeCon + CloudNativeCon||2019-05-20||2019-05-23||A variety of communities are invited to this four day conference, where technologist are able to discuss leading open source technology. A range of groups come together as a community insofar as they develop methods for advancing cloud native computing. There are several community events and lightning talks, which are provided for the attendees.||Events/2019/KubeCon + CloudNativeCon in Barcelona|
|FSFE Web-A-Thon 2019||2019-05-24||2019-05-26||The FSFE local group Rhein-Main is inviting our community to the first web-a-thon in 2019.||Events/2019/0525-fsfe-web-a-thon|
|openSUSE Conference||2019-05-24||2019-05-26||openSUSE models speakers at their conference as rock-stars, who will give presentations on some digitalisation topics: Open Source, Cloud & Containers, Embedded Systems, and Desktop & Applications. Along with talks, there are workshops, casual meet ups, and hack sessions. There are some parties in the evenings for networking and getting to know the attendees.||Events/2019/openSUSE Conference 2019|
|Talk about FOSS legal trends in Saarbrücken, Germany||2019-05-29||2019-05-29||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.||Events/2019/Talk about FOSS legal trends in Saarbrücken, Germany/2019/05|
|Vortrag: Die Edu-Strategie der FSFE||2019-05-30 19:00||2019-05-30 22:00||First EDU meeting of the Berlin/Brandenburg Supporter Group||Events/Berlin/2019-05-30|
|OpenTechSummit||2019-05-30 10:00||2019-05-30 17:00||The OpenTechSummit brings the ideas and creators of the open technology community together. Digitalisation topics to be discussed range from Open Hardware, Free Encyclopedias, Software development, and free internet, to questions about Copyright, and patents, for firms and organisations.||Events/2019/OpenTechSummit in Berlin, Germany|
|Treffen der FSFE Kiel||2019-06-03 20:00||2019-06-03 21:30||Wir treffen uns regelmäßig in der Kieler Toppoint. Infos zur Gruppe gibt es auf der [[LocalGroups/Kiel|Wiki-Seite der Gruppe]]||Events/2019/FSFEKielMeeting_2019-06-03|
|deRSE19||2019-06-04||2019-06-06||Die Konferenz für Forschungssoftwareentwicklerinnen ["Research Software Engineers"] in Deutschland (deRSE) is organised to bring research software engineers together. The Gesellschaft für Informatik (GI) have created the event in Germany to continue community-building between researchers and software engineers. The event looks to bring the benefits of improved software to research in all areas of academia. There are talks and workshops, and the opportunity to create community posters.||Events/2019/deRSE19 in Potsdam|
|Erik Albers spricht über Forschungssoftware und digitale Ressourcen||2019-06-05||2019-06-05||Da Forschung meist direkt oder indirekt von öffentlichen Geldern finanziert wird, liegt es auf der Hand derart finanzierte Forschungssoftware unter freien Lizenzen zu veröffentlichen, damit alle an diesem Fortschritt partizipieren können. Diesen einfachen Grundsatz hat die Free Software Foundation Europe unter dem Slogan "Public Money? Public Code!" zusammen gefasst. Erik Albers erörtert die Grundlagen dieser Kampagne auf der Conference for Research Software Engineers in Germany und darauf aufbauend, wie diese ein nachhaltiges Wirtschaften und Konsum von Software unterstützen.||Events/2019/deRSE19/2019|
|deRSE19 - Conference for Research Software Engineers in Potsdam, Germany||2019-06-05||2019-06-05||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". The FSFE's Communication and Programme Manager, 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||Events/2019/deRSE19/2019/06/05|
|OpenExpo Europe 2019||2019-06-06||2019-06-06||The Open Exposition Europe (OpenExpo) provides an arena for open source technology organisations to set up stalls and share knowledge. There are five tracks: Open Tech Conference, European Cybersecurity Forum, AI & IOT Summit, Fintech Forum, and the Open CIO Summit. The one-day-event includes talks, expert panels, and presentations.||Events/2019/OpenExpo Europe 2019|
|TuxCon in Plovdiv, Bulgaria||2019-06-08||2019-06-09||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.||Events/2019/TuxCon in Plovdiv, Bulgaria/2019|
|OW2Con||2019-06-12||2019-06-13||On Thursday 13 June 11:15, 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.||Events/2019/OW2Con|
|FSFE with a booth at OpenExpo||2019-06-20||2019-06-20||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!||Events/2019/OpenExpo Madrid/2019|
|WordCamp Europe 2019||2019-06-20||2019-06-22||WordCamp, the conference-setup for WordPress, is a community-organised event put together by users to share ideas about the website's development. Europe's edition looks to attract WordPress users from across Europe and beyond. Experts will be providing their knowledge about Free Software Content Managing Systems through talks and workshops. This year's visual-theme is "Street Art".||Events/2019/WordCamp Europe 2019|
|Libertybits Conference 2019||2019-06-25||2019-06-25||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.||Events/2019/Libertybits Conference/2019/06/25|
|Pass the SALT 2019||2019-07-01||2019-07-03||This conference hosts Security and Libre Talks (SALT), workshops, and networking opportunities for professionals in hacking Free Software, as well as in security. The themes of the conference also include Free Hardware, Open Formats, and research projects. The conference language is English and talks can either be long or short.||Events/2019/Pass the Salt|
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