While I’ve been making an effort in the recent past to cut down on talks — so that I can focus on getting work done that will give me something to talk about in the future — I’m thrilled to be giving a presentation at the upcoming Free Software Foundation Members Meeting in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
While normally the members meetings are reserved for talks by the FSF board and staff, I’ve been invited to give a talk on my work around movement and definition building for free culture as part of a short members forum at the end of the day. I’ll also be running a mini RockBox install party over lunch.
You need to RSVP for the meeting by this coming Friday (2007/3/17) and, in order to do so, you need to be an FSF member. Fortunately, joining is easy to do. I won’t lie and suggest that my talk could possibly be worth the membership price. Luckily, I don’t have to lie to suggest that rest of the things that the FSF does are more than worth supporting with membership dues.