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

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August

  • Join us on August 8 at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at NC State to see a presentation by Keith Bergelt from the Open Invention Network.

    08/08/2013
    Engineering Building 2, Room 1025, NC State University, Centennial Campus
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  • Fosscon is an annual conference held in Center City, Philadelphia, PA each year in August. This is our fourth consecutive year and our attendance ranges from 175-250 currently, but we are expanding rapidly as each year moves along. We provide a full day of talks and hands on workshops relating to free and open source projects/software and open "stuff", as we like to call it. We also welcome other community projects that share similar ideas within the "share the knowledge" mindset. We draw an audience from all around the world and are seeking to move from a one day conference to a multi-day conference providing professional and hobbyist sessions.

    08/10/2013
    Center City, Philadelphia, PA, USA
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  • Remember when we turned Szeged into the Drupaltown in 2008? Now we bring it to the next level. The Hungarian Drupal community is pleased to announce Drupalaton, the longest drupalcamp on the planet. An event taking place at the breathtaking shore of the biggest warm-water lake in Europe, at lake Balaton in Hungary. Four days in perfect balance of work and leisure, sessions, sprints, beach sports, great food, world class wines, ultimate awesomeness day and night.

    08/15/2013 - 08/18/2013
    Keszthely, Hungary
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  • Join us for a free, open-ended Q&A, chat and discussion about using Drupal in nonprofits and activism!

    This Thursday, August 15
    1:00 PM US-Eastern, 10:00 AM US-Pacific

    This free call is sponsored by NTEN but open to everyone. You do not need to be a member of NTEN.

    Johanna Bates and Ivan Boothe will co-moderate the call and spearhead collaborative note-taking on Google Docs. We'll also be cross-posting things to Twitter using the hashtag #npdrupal.

    Can't make it this month but want to participate in the future? You can add your questions or discussion ideas to our collaborative notes at any time and we'll take them up in future calls. The document also has audio recordings and notes from all past calls.

    Whether you're a Drupal user or developer or somewhere in between, come join us for a chat on Thursday, August 15th, 1pm US-Eastern/10am US-Pacific.

    Dial-in: 866-740-1260, Access code: 3979222#
    Follow along on Google Docs: http://bit.ly/npdrupalnotes
    Follow along on Twitter

    What will we chat about on this call?

    * Stuck on something? Have a question? Drupal experts will be on hand to answer questions. (No question is too basic. Really.)
    * Psyched about a module or a Drupal event? Come tell us about it on the call.
    * Have you attended a great Drupal meetup or other event recently? Let's hear interesting things you learned!
    * What's happening with Drupal 8? When's it going to be released? If we're still on Drupal 6, should we upgrade to 7 or wait for 8? Join us, let's talk about it!

    ...and anything else we want to talk about.

    View notes and audio recordings of previous months' calls.

    Ivan Boothe
    rootwork on Twitter and Drupal.org
    http://rootwork.org

    Johanna Bates
    hanpersand on Drupal.org
    hanabel on Twitter
    http://devcollaborative.com and http://johannabates.com

    08/15/2013
    Online
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  • The event will bring together Creative Commons affiliates from the around the world with the CC board, its staff, key stakeholders, local representatives and others interested in the present and future of the commons. Attendees will discuss strategies to strengthen Creative Commons and its worldwide community; learn about the latest developments in the commons movement worldwide; and showcase local and international projects that use Creative Commons licenses. Topics covered will include the implementation of open policies in areas such as government, education, culture, business, science, data and more, as well as related topics such as free software, license development, collecting societies and copyright advocacy.

    The event is free for all attendees, although registration is required, and will include a Spanish-language stream to highlight the expertise of the local community, to learn about their interests, concerns and perspectives for future work.

    08/21/2013 - 08/24/2013
    Buenos Aires, Argentina
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  • This full-day, free Community Day features in-depth sessions, use cases, demos, and developer content presented by Gluster Community experts. This is a chance for developers to hear first-hand what GlusterFS and related open software-defined storage projects in the Gluster Community can accomplish in cloud and virtualized environments.

    (Source: http://community.redhat.com/announcing-gluster-community-day-in-san-fran...)

    08/27/2013
    Rackspace’s SOMA office in San Francisco, US
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