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== Dates ==
 
== Dates ==
  
* '''February 29-March 1''' - Houston, TX - Matt Lee's Wedding - '''TICKETED'''
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* '''May 5 - San Fransisco''' - Sun's Community One - '''TICKETED''' - ''Freedom and Cloud Computing'' and ''Intro to Free Software/Free Culture''
* '''March 6-7''' - Cambridge - Innovation Lab - '''CONFIRMED'''
 
* '''March 12''' - Amherst, Massachusetts - Hampshire College - '''CONFIRMED''' - ''Laptop Liberation''
 
* '''March 15-16''' - Cambridge - FSF Members Meeting/Board Meeting - '''CONFIRMED''' - ''Freedom and Cloud Computing''
 
* '''March 27-28''' - NYC - Fordham IP Law Conference
 
* '''April 2-8''' - Florence, Italy - CHI Workshop
 
* '''April 11-13''' - San Fransisco, CA - Lugradio Live USA '''TICKETED'''
 
* '''April 17-20''' - Detroit, MI - Penguicon - '''TICKETED''' - ''Laptop Liberation'' and ''Revealing Errors''
 
* '''April 25-27''' - Cambridge - ROFLCon
 
* '''May 5 - San Fransisco''' - Sun's Community One - '''SAID YES''' - ''Freedom and Cloud Computing'' and ''Intro to Free Software/Free Culture''
 
 
* '''July 15-16''' - Alexandria, Egypt - Wikimedia Advisory Board
 
* '''July 15-16''' - Alexandria, Egypt - Wikimedia Advisory Board
 
* '''July 17-19''' - Alexandria, Egypt - Wikimania
 
* '''July 17-19''' - Alexandria, Egypt - Wikimania

Revision as of 16:26, 1 May 2008

Dates

  • May 5 - San Fransisco - Sun's Community One - TICKETED - Freedom and Cloud Computing and Intro to Free Software/Free Culture
  • July 15-16 - Alexandria, Egypt - Wikimedia Advisory Board
  • July 17-19 - Alexandria, Egypt - Wikimania
  • July 21-22 - Portland, OR - Ubuntu Live
  • July 21-25 - Portland, OR - OSCON
  • July 31-August 2 - Sapporo, Japan - iCommon iSummit
  • August 3-6 - Cambridge, MA - User Innovation Conference
  • August 10-16 - Mara del Plata, Argentina - Debconf

Talks

  • Laptop Liberation: One Laptop per Child and Free and Open Source Software (written)
  • Revealing Errors
  • Introduction to Free Software/Free Culture
  • Freedom and Cloud Computing
  • Voting Machines for the Masses