On December 27 to 30 there will be the 32nd Chaos Communication Congress happening in Hamburg, Germany. FSFE will be there with an assembly. This assembly will be a booth where you can pass by, have a chat, inform yourself or get some merchandise. And it will be a space for and by our Fellows, friends and supporters to meet, share and organise. There will be a bunch of self-organised sessions, mainly about specific Free Software projects, about encryption and decentralized, federated social networks. Also, check out our special activities: the Free Software song sing-along and the GNU/Burger. Finally, we will bring all kind of up-to-date information material and the latest merchandise, including our “NoCloud”-Shirt.
About our place:
We will offer an information booth with our promotion material and merchandise equipment. Behind that booth there will be some chairs and tables to meet and discuss. If you like to meet our community, staff and GA members, the FSFE assembly is the best place to do so.
It is planned every evening to have 2 hours of “GNU/Burger” – burgers with a GNU brand on top and a GNU FDL-licensed receipt. Pass by and use, study, share and improve it.
On the second day, on Monday 28.12., at 14:00 we will have a spontaneous Free Software song sing-along choir. Everyone is invited to help singing. If you like Free Software, then “join us now and share the so-o-ftware”
Below is a list of our self-organized sessions as is the state on 20 December 2015. Please check our assembly page for updated information
Day 1 (Sunday, 27.12.)
17h – Hall 13 Ismail Khoffi/Philipp Jovanovic: Collective Authorities: Securely Decentralizing Trust at Scale
19h – Hall 13 Marvin W: Replacing BigG’s “Play” services with the microG Project
20h – Hall 13 André Kunz: hitobito – Eine Gemeinschaftslösung zur Mitgliederverwaltung
Day 2 (Monday, 28.12.)
14h – At our assembly: Free Software Song sing-along
15h – Hall 14 Kai Mertens / Tomás: The Flashcat Project
16h – Hall A.1 Neal Walfield: An Advanced Introduction to GnuPG
17h – Hall A.1 Werner Koch: GnuPG and its current state of development
18h – Hall 14 Hauke Laging: Bring Linux Presentation Day into your own town
20h – Hall 13 Michał Woźniak: Bringing free-as-in-freedom to social networks: what, why, and how
21h – Hall 14: Hauke Altmann / Michael Vogel: Friendica – A decentralized, federated Social Network
Day 3 (Tuesday 29.12.)
13h – Hall 13 Erik Albers: Fight for your right to Hardware
17h – Hall A.1 M.eik Michalke: Why your favorite musician will love ‘Adore’
19h – Hall A.1 Hanno Böck: The Fuzzing Project