Software Freedom Day 2017
It’s Good to be FREE
A celebration of FOSS Technologies and Communities
September 16, 2017
Hosting SFD Philippines 2017 at Your School
Hosting an SFD celebration at your school is as simple as securing a venue on September 16th, creating a program custom-fit to your interests and needs, and coordinating with the Software Freedom Network. We will help you look for IT professionals and open source advocates to give you a range of talks to introduce you to free open source software topics of your choice, as well as link you with sponsors who can help provide FOSS materials for your school.
Among the topics up for discussion for this year’s celebration of Software Freedom Day are:
- Software Freedom with Free Open Source Software
- Liberte! Introducing Philippine Open Source Communities
- Free Culture
- FOSS Legislation
- FOSS for Arts ((Inkscape, Blender, Audio Production, GIMP, Game Development, etc.)
- FOSS for Developers (Drupal, Docker, Python, Android, Ruby, etc.)
- FOSS for Education (LibreOffice, Wikimedia, Moodle, etc.)
- Open Content and Data Visualization (Ushahidi, Open Street Map, Orange, etc.)
- Introduction to Linux and Linux Systems (Ubuntu, Debian, Linux Mint, Red Hat, etc.)
- Open Hardware (Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Galileo, etc.)
- FOSS for Business (OpenBSD, MySQL, Apache, etc.)
- FOSS for Science (MAXIMA, Cadabra, SciPy, PSPP, R, etc.)
- FOSS and IOT (programming sensors with open hardware, sensor data analytics)
Interested? Kindly fill up this form at http://bit.ly/SFDPH2017-host-application and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
For questions and inquiries, please contact Ana, our SFD Philippines 2017 school coordinator via landline: 282-4129 or through email: email@example.com
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