Software Freedom Day

Software Freedom Day is free and open source’s open day, a chance for the general public who might have been curious about open source to come along and learn more. I’ll be in Wellington on Saturday, September 20th, for Wellington’s event. There’ll be: copies of Linux given out and a WellyLUG installfest to provide any help people need installing Linux on their own machines; a SuperHappyDevHouse hack day; and a Bar Camp (which I’m emceeing). It’s going to be a heap of fun, and a chance to make a positive difference to software. If you’ll be in Wellington on Saturday, swing by for the 12pm kickoff and join the fun. If not, check out the web site to find out what’s happening in your town.

tags:

Get the O’Reilly Data Newsletter

Stay informed. Receive weekly insight from industry insiders.

Get the O’Reilly Web Ops and Performance Newsletter

Weekly insight from industry insiders. Plus exclusive content and offers.

Get the O’Reilly Programming Newsletter

Weekly insight from industry insiders. Plus exclusive content and offers.

Get the O’Reilly Hardware Newsletter

Get weekly insight and knowledge on how to design, prototype, manufacture, and market great connected devices.

Get Four Short Links in Your Inbox

Sign up to receive Nat’s eclectic collection of curated links every weekday.

Get the O’Reilly Design Newsletter

Stay informed. Receive weekly insight from industry insiders.

Get the O’Reilly Web Platform Newsletter

Stay informed. Receive weekly insight from industry insiders—plus exclusive content and offers.

Comments are closed.