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January

  • The 4th Asia Regional OpenCourseWare and Open Education Conference (AROOC) event is organized by: Japan Opencourseware Consortium (JOCW), Thailand Cyber University Project (TCU) and Silpakorn University.

    Topics:

    • OpenCourseWare country reports from regional consortia
    • OpenCourseWare best practices from each university
    • OpenCourseWare new challenges
    • Open Education best cases
    • Long-term sustainability of open education projects
    • International copyright and intellectual property rights issues
    • Open education policy and strategy
    01/21/2013 - 01/22/2013
    Bangkok, Thailand
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  • oVirt workshops focus on introducing the project, the technologies inside of the sub-projects, and holding technical breakouts for learning and hacking. oVirt Workshops are a community effort and are held at both industry events and the campuses of oVirt board member companies.

    01/22/2013 - 01/24/2013
    Sunnyvale, CA
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  • The OpenDrone Community aims to create a quadcopter built on open source hardware and software. We are also developing a number of other open source hardware and embedded projects, such as a Wi-Fi Car, a Frets On Fire Guitar, and some OpenWrt-based projects.

    The OpenDrone Community meets every Thursday.

    01/24/2013
    Beijing, China
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  • The conference and tutorials will take place at Hotel Ter Elst in Antwerp (Belgium). Friday morning January 25th we have a set of tutorials. The conference is spread over 2 days: Friday afternoon (after the tutorials) and Saturday. Tutorials as well as the conference itself are spread over several parallel tracks.

    On Friday evening, we’re having the conference social. This will include drinks and bowling as we managed to reserve the entire bowling alley.

    01/25/2013 - 01/26/2013
    Ter Elst, Antwerp, Belgium
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  • linux.conf.au is an open source conference, considered one of the most prestigious in the southern hemisphere. Every year open source geeks from across the globe gather in Australia to meet their fellow technologists, share the latest ideas and innovations, and spend a week collaborating on free, open source software projects.

    A group of enthusiastic Canberrans are hosting linux.conf.au in January, 2013. This is Canberra's centenary year, making it a particularly significant year for the city. Canberra last hosted the conference in 2005. Eight years on, we are delighted that the conference is returning to Canberra. We have gathered a strongly motivated team to run the conference, and linux.conf.au 2013 will be a conference to remember.

    01/28/2013 - 02/02/2013
    Canberra, Australia
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  • Online event about how students, student organizations and student governments can get involved in open access.

    Registration is free, but required. 

    Are you a student or a young researcher? Do you want to get engaged in Open Access, educate your peers on the severe barriers to access to the latest research, the benefits of Open Access, and how to get involved that the student voice for Open Access becomes louder and stronger? Interested in learning more about the Student Statement on the Right to Research and about Right to Research Coalition?

    Please join us for a conversation with Nick Shockey, Director, Right to Research Coalition and Director of Student Advocacy, SPARC.

     

    01/31/2013
    Online
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  • Puppet Camps are community-oriented, regional gatherings of Puppet users and developers. You will have the opportunity to talk to a diverse group of Puppet users, benefit from presentations delivered by prominent community members, and be able to share experiences and discuss potential implementations of Puppet with your peers.

    01/31/2013 - 02/01/2013
    Gent, Belgium
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