[Brmlab] Give a talk and visit brmlab on October 25th?
jeniks at gmail.com
Fri Aug 26 17:40:52 CEST 2011
we will be happy to welcome you at our hackerspace.
Tuesday is the best time for visiting us and regarding your talks - thank
you for your offer, we'll discuss
both topics with our members and let you know, which one they prefer, are
you fine with that?
Jan 'kxt' Svec
2011/8/26 Deborah Nicholson <deb at eximiousproductions.com>
> Dear brmlab,
> I'm a free software activist based in Boston, Massachusetts and I'm
> going to be in Prague for Linuxcon in October.
> (http://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/linuxcon-europe) I'd really
> like to see brmlab and meet local hackers while I'm in town. I often
> give talks and thought it would be fun to give a talk at your space.
> There are two topics I'm excited about right now and I could give a
> talk on either one. It's up to you all whether "Community Organizing
> for Free Software Activists" or "Why Decentralization of the Web is
> Crazy Important" would be more appealing. Both talks are about forty
> minutes long although I'm certainly flexible. I'm also happy to answer
> questions afterwards or have my talk be a jumping off point for an
> open conversation.
> Tuesday, October 25th is the night I'd like to join you, maybe after
> your regular meeting?
> My background: I'm originally an artist who got interested in politics
> and then I became an activist who got interested in technology and
> particularly free software. Currently, I split my time between
> MediaGoblin (a federated media-hosting start-up,) Open Hatch (a
> non-profit dedicated to identifying and mentoring new free software
> contributors) and Harvard where I am very slowly pursuing a graduate
> degree in Information Technology.
> Thanks for your time and I look forward to seeing brmlab!
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