|Upcoming Event List: 2019-11-19 20:28 ~ 2019-12-29|
|Title||Start Date||End Date||Recurrence||Label||Description||Reference|
|FSFE Community Meeting Bonn||2019-12-09||2019-12-09||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.||Events/2019/FSFE Community Meeting Bonn/2019-12|
|GNU Health Con||2019-12-13||2019-12-15||[[http://www.gnuhealthcon.org/2019-liege/|GNU Health Con]] is an annual conference that brings together enthusiasts and developers of the Free/Libre Health & Hospital Information System.||Events/2019/GNUhealthCon2019|
|36C3||2019-12-27||2019-12-30||The Chaos Computer Club holds its Communication Congress for enthusiasts of information technology communication to convene in one place. Attendees can expect all kinds of performances, talks, presentations, as well as demonstrations for the cause of improving communication around technology. Look out for the Free Software booths!||Events/2019/36C3|
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As a local FSFE group, please feel welcome to organise local events in your area, and to publicly declare your group as the organiser of these events. FSFE's core team and staff are happy to support you in any way they can, so don't hesitate to ask for any kind of help you need.
Periodical Free Software Events
To learn about periodical Free Software events visit this page.
If you would like to announce your FSFE event, please use the event registration tool. Your event will then be announced on fsfe.org and this Wiki.
Use this form to set up an event page in Events/2019/ for manual addition to the wiki.
Recent changes in the event format
If you have been setting up events in the past, please mind some slight changes in the format.
- Event tables on a page must now be preceded by a headline with the event name.
- Time stamps should not include seconds anymore.
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