Software Freedom Day 2018 and LUV AGM

Sep 15 2018 13:00
Sep 15 2018 17:00
Electron Workshop, 31 Arden Street North Melbourne 3051

It's time once again to get excited about all the benefits that Free and Open Source Software have given us over the past year and get together to talk about how Freedom and Openness can improve our human rights, our privacy, our security and our communities. It's Software Freedom Day!

Free Software Melbourne and Linux Users Victoria are celebrating the 15th annual Software Freedom Day with talks about Open Data, Free and Open Source Software, Open Hardware and of course Linux. We'll also be having plenty of networking opportunities and introductions to local open source technology groups.

Software Freedom Day is a family friendly event and we have a code of conduct we follow. In short: Be respectful. Be mindful. Work together. Please invite anyone that is interested along to help make it a great day.

Entry is free any time with light refreshments on site (snacks and sodas) and the delightful culinary options of nearby Errol St. at the conclusion of proceedings.

We hope to see everyone on the 15th for a fantastic Software Freedom Day 2018!

Date: Saturday the 15th September
Time: Talks starting at 1:00pm and wrapping up at 5:00pm
Location: Electron Workshop co-working space
Address: 31 Arden Street, North Melbourne
Travel Tips:
Parking: Plenty of on street parking in the area
Code of Conduct:


Linux Users of Victoria AGM

Immediately after Software Freedom Day, LUV will be holding our annual general meeting at Errol's Restaurant, 69/71 Errol St, North Melbourne VIC 3051 commencing at 5:30pm.  Andrew Pam will be standing down as President, and nominations for committee positions (at least President and Treasurer, optionally also Secretary, Vice President and Ordinary Committee Members) are welcome either via email to the committee mailing list at or on the day.  It's not a large workload and looks good on your CV, so please consider helping out the group!

Linux Users of Victoria is a subcommittee of Linux Australia.


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