Texto del artículo:What does it mean when, over a single year, the number of people who come to LibrePlanet more than doubles?
It means that the free software movement is strong and
growing. It means we have a fighting chance to protect our
freedom and privacy in the digital world, and that we are
inspiring new people to join us.
This weekend, at LibrePlanet 2014: Free Software, Free Society:
Wikimedia executive director Sue Gardner kicked off the
conference with a call for the free software movement to become
bigger and bolder than ever.
Almost four hundred people attended, including fifty-four
presenters, 40% of whom were women.
NSA-revealer and privacy hacker Jacob Appelbaum gave a remote
keynote via videochat, using Tor to anonymize his
location. Watch the recording and stay tuned for more
videos from the conference soon.
Watch the recording of Jacob Appelbaum's remote keynote, "Free software for freedom,
surveillance and you.
Ten free software businesses and organizations strutted
their stuff at LibrePlanet's first exhibit hall.
Members of the free software community welcomed newcomers and
reaffirmed old friendships at a diverse array of social
events. At the Saturday night mixer, Lulzbot raffled one
of their Respects Your Freedom-certified Taz 3 3D
GNOME executive director Karen Sandler called on free software
projects to use their messaging to give people of all
backgrounds a reason to participate.
At peak, more than three hundred people participated online
through our free software livestreaming system.
Richard Stallman addressed the importance of free mobile devices,
and Eben Moglen issued a rallying cry to finish the fight
against software patents.
MIT student group SIPB co-organized the conference,
reaffirming the free software movement's historic relationship
with the university.
The FSF presented the GNOME Outreach Program for Women with the
Award for Projects of Social Benefit, and Matthew Garrett with
the Award for the Advancement of Free Software for his work
against Restricted Boot. Read the Free Software Awards
Twenty-eight dedicated volunteers made the conference
possible. Thank GNU to Seda Akay Onur, Krista Allen, L. Brockman,
Julian Daich, Ian Denhardt, Patrick Engelman, Daniel Fitzmartin,
Casey Friedman, Cynthia Frommit, Emily Gonyer, Ian Gustafson,
Shaun Will Hallee, Matt Hins, Malcolm Inglis, Timothy Jordan,
William Kahn-Greene, Brendan Kidwell, Bassam Kurdali, Daniel
Levine, Jon Littlefield, M. C. McGrath, Bram Oosten, Guillermo
Perez Mayorga, Scott Reeve, Emily Savelli, Karen Tang, and Diane
Williams, as well as rsiddharth for building our most beautiful
Web site ever. If you're interested in volunteering next
year (you'll receive gratis admission and a t-shirt), please send
an email to email@example.com.
With the awesome community that was built and strengthened at
LibrePlanet 2014, we can't wait to see what next year will
bring. If you'd like us to let you know when registration opens,
join the LibrePlanet 2015 announcements
list today. Remember that becoming an FSF
member gets you gratis admission
to the conference, and bragging rights for supporting the FSF's
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