October 31, 2006

Freedom fellows get proactive

Shane Coughlan writes "The fellowship of Free Software Foundation Europe is going to have its first annual meeting during SFSCon in Italy on the 11th of November. This is going to be an opportunity for existing and new members of the fellowship to get together, share ideas and generally work out how to promote Free Software more effectively across Europe.

There will be workshops on the fellowship OpenPGP crypto-card, on the eZ Publish CMS system used for the fellowship site, and on the emerging fellowship advocacy project. Most of FSFE team will be around chat and to answer any questions people may have. There is also going to be a very special announcement regarding a new FSFE project.

The fellowship meeting will not be all work and no play. There will be a collective lunch and dinner to allow Free Software enthusiasts from all over Europe to relax over local food, beer and wine.

The meeting will take place in the town of Bolzano. You can learn more about the location here http://sfscon.it/when-where and you can sign up to the meeting here http://sfscon.it/registration."

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