Just a note that the slides are available (non-slideshare link) for my presentation ”Tuning an old but free phone” (description) that I held in the tremendously great event FSCONS 2010. It could be described as a smaller scale FOSDEM, but that would be actually down-playing it since the free software effects on society are something that I've actually never seen elsewhere on such a scale. My talk was among the purely technical ones, though.
I was planning to hold on with this blog post until the recorded videos arrive, but since it seems it might not be during this year I will just post this now that slides are available.
I've shared a few photos as well at Flickr...
Keynote: Karin Kosina, The Inanna Project. A tech + art workshop for female artists in Damascus, Syria. An experiment in art, technology, and the transformative power of Free Hardware and Software.
Erik de Bruijn, The Future of RepRap, a self-replicating open source 3D printer that fabricates arbitrary objects including parts of itself.
Social event at the Berg 211.
Malin Nilsson on Gender, class and global flows. Using free software to fuel a revolution in home based industrial work.
Keynote: Glyn Moody, Ethics of Intellectual Monopolies.
Keynote: Glyn Moody, Ethics of Intellectual Monopolies (audience).
A few summaries available on a Qaiku seminar channel.