Software Freedom Day Boston 2011

This year, Software Freedom Day in Boston is being organized by Asheesh and Deb and OpenHatch which means a focus on increasing involvement in free software communities. If you are all interested in getting involved in the free software community in any way and at any level — or interested in hearing about how that might happen someday — this is a great event to attend.

For my part, I’ll be giving a short talk on getting involved in Debian.

The event will be held on Saturday, September 17 at Cambridge College — between Harvard and Central squares — with an after party at Tommy Doyle’s in Harvard.

2 thoughts on “Software Freedom Day Boston 2011”

  1. I do hope that someone will post, or failing that possibility, send me a short synopsis  or summary of what transpired today —— I seem to have so many different commitments on all at once, that I just could not make it….
    Thanks so much; I do hope everyone had the best time ever!
    George

  2. I do hope that someone will post, or failing that possibility, send me a short synopsis  or summary of what transpired today —— I seem to have so many different commitments on all at once, that I just could not make it….
    Thanks so much; I do hope everyone had the best time ever!
    George

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