Yeah, I know it is already more than a month but I wanted to get this out for future reference. Here are some notes from my FSFE summit experience:
I couldn’t come any earlier so I arrived in Berlin on Friday night at about 1:00 (Saturday morning), got some hours of sleep and found my way to the Congress Center about two hours before my own talk. This allowed me to see most of “Cultivating Empathy“, an important talk that did not provide me with too much news, but I left it with the intention to read more fiction again (which I actually did since then!).
The room I had my own talk “FSFE’s edu-team - past, challenges and future” had no recording equipment installed But I can tell you that I had a very interested audience and I talked to a lot of people about Free Software in education afterwards and the next day.
Due to the many conversations after the talk, I missed ”FSFE Legal Team & Legal Network – Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow“.
What I did manage to see was:
- FSFE IT Infrastructure Presentation and Feedback BoF
- Advocacy for Free Software - how we do it?
- Let’s enable people to control technology in their own language
- FSFE 15 YEARS CELEBRATION
- Free software and computer-aided research
- Software Heritage - the Universal Archive of Free Software
- Women in Open Source
- GCompris goes Qt Quick
And then I had to rush to catch my train back home already…
Anyway, it was a great event with lots of nice conversations. Can’t wait until the next summit!