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Important Note - Español

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Importante!
Puedes encontrar toda la información actualizada y en español aquí: Fedora 28 Release Party Hackem UIO en Español.

What is Fedora 28 Release Party

This will be a social event to meet other Fedora users and people curious about Fedora from Quito and Ecuador in general, and check out the cool features of the new Fedora 28 release. It will also serve as an opportunity for people to find out what Fedora and free software in general is all about and ask questions of people already involved in the community. It is also a opportunity for students of Department of Electronics and Systems Engineering to learn about Fedora and open-source principles and how can they get involved with FOSS/Fedora.

This is a special edition, where we will be celebrating Software Freedom Day 2018 + Fedora 28 Release Party, if you want more details in Spanish, you can also visit the official website: http://wiki.softwarefreedomday.org/2018/Ecuador/Quito/Hackem

When

Saturday, September 29, 2018 from 08:30 to 15:30 hrs, see the complete Agenda here.

Where

National Polytechnic School (Escuela Politécnica Nacional), is one of the best ranked Latin American & Ecuadorian public university in 2017, according to Times Higher Education and is the place where Hackem Research Group is going to celebrate the Fedora 28 Release Party 2018.

Place: National Polytechnic School (Escuela Politécnica Nacional), Central Administration Building (Edificio de Administración Central)

Address: Ladrón de Guevara E11-253, 170517, Ciudad de Quito, Ecuador

Auditorium: Polytechnic Hemicycle (Hemiciclo Politécnico)

See the following map for a better reference:

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In case you want a dynamic map, please use the following links:

Coordinates: -0.2114351,-78.4907692, Hemiciclo Politécnico, Edificio de Administración, EPN.

Important Note - Registry

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Important!
Please confirm your attendance by filling the following form: https://fedorauio.eventbrite.com.ar, Thank you.

Activities

  • A couple of presentations
  • Socializing with other Fedora enthusiasts over lunch and snacks.
  • Installation media (CD/USB) should be available to those that would like to get Fedora or upgrade to Fedora 28.
  • Q & A Session
  • Study cases & Projects

Attendees

Expecting ~100-150 people.

Fedora Representative and Event Owner

Schedule/Agenda

Time Topic/Activity Speaker
08h30 - 09h00 Reception & Registry Hackem Research Group
09h00 - 10h00 Welcome, Free Software Principles & Community Anahí Ñacato (USA)
10h00 - 10h30 Mobile Apps Security & Hacking Steven Salazar
10h30 - 11h30 Internet Privacy: How to avoid being a victim of Doxing or Digital Espionage Galoget Latorre (OWASP)
11h30 - 11h45
Break #01
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11h45 - 12h15 Nanotechnology with Free Software (Free as in Freedom) Nelson Solano (Rusia)
12h15 - 13h15 Why you should become a Fedora user & developer? José Reyes (Panamá)
13h15 - 13h45 Electronic & Robotic Implementations with Fedora Vanessa Vargas
13h45 - 14h15 Hacking Mobile Devices: Espionage, Surveillance and more! Galoget Latorre (OWASP)
14h15 - 14h30
Break #02
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14h30 - 15h00 Open Source Hardware (OSHW) Henry Villavicencio (IEEE EPN)
15h00 - 15h30 Social Engineering: Stealing a Banking Account without leaving traces Andrés Banda

Note: In order to help us to organize a great event, please be in time, so we can accomplish the programmed schedule.

Banners

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Event report

  • To be published after the event.

Pictures

  • To be uploaded after the event.

Facebook Event

Organizers

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Social Networks

Contact

If you have any question, suggestion or comment, you can contact us through our social networks or please send an email to: galoget@fedoraproject.org, we will come back to you as soon as possible.