The world's premier open source event listing

Dec  

Saturday, April 20 2013

  Feb
Time Items
All day
SwitchPoint
Before 01:00
CommonsFest
Students for Free Culture annual conference
01:00
 
02:00
 
03:00
 
04:00
 
05:00
 
06:00
 
07:00
 
08:00
 
09:00
 
10:00
 
11:00
 
12:00
 
13:00
 
14:00
 
15:00
 
16:00
 
17:00
 
18:00
 
19:00
 
20:00
 
21:00
 
22:00
 
23:00
 

Calendar listing for open source conferences, seminars, meetings, webinars, and more

  • Should your event be listed? Submit it today.
  • Attending an event? Let us know if you'd like to write an event recap for opensource.com

April

  • The Festival of the Commons (CommonsFest) is an initiative to promote freedom of knowledge and peer collaboration for the creation and management of the commons. A philosophy that has spread through much of the free software community and extends to many aspects of our daily lives, such as the arts, government, construction, machinery, tools and other goods.
    Through exhibitions, lectures, screenings and workshops, the aim of the festival is to highlight to the public the achievements of philosophy and become the occasion for further adoption.

    04/13/2013 - 04/21/2013
    Heraklion Crete, Greece
    submit to reddit
  • SwitchPoint is not just another conference. It is an experience—and a new approach to building partnerships and making progress. The gathering takes place at the award-winning Haw River Ballroom in Saxapahaw, North Carolina, where innovators and big thinkers in the fields of technology, media, communications, development, global health, the arts, and business will come together with one goal in mind: to find new ways to spark innovations that will save lives in the developing world.

    04/19/2013 - 04/20/2013
    Saxapahaw, NC
    submit to reddit
  • Through panels and keynote speakers, FCX 2013 will focus on current issues in intellectual property law, open access to educational resources, maker culture, and technology policy. Through workshops, the conference will revisit the core pillars of the free culture movement, examine the success stories from our movement, and identify new ways in which Students for Free Culture can advocate for a more free, open, and participatory digital environment.

    04/20/2013 - 04/21/2013
    New York, New York
    submit to reddit
Prev  
  Next