FSCONS 2014

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Fedora Events: FSCONS 2014 - Gothenburg, Sweden

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FSCONS (Free Society Conference and Nordic Summit) is the Nordic countries' largest gathering for free culture, free software and a free society. It's a yearly conference for and by the people who work to change our future and has 250-300 participants, primarily from northern Europe.

FSCONS exists to provide a meeting place where subjects covering society, culture and technology can be discussed and brought to life in peer discussions, without being confined to each particular subject area. It should provide both the physical and virtual space where people, organisations and governments, with interest in the three subject areas can meet in a participatory and constructive dialogue. The unique combination of topics creates a platform where cross-pollination between the areas can occur, and where new co-operations and thoughts can emerge which allows the participants to find new inspiration even from areas outside of their own.

When and Where

Accomodation

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Attendance

We should have 2-3 Ambassadors to have always at least one Ambassador on the Booth.

# Name Friday Saturday Sunday Description and Comments Languages
1 Robert Scheck Checkmark.png Checkmark.png Checkmark.png Event Owner, Booth Personnel EN, DE
2 Henrik Nordström Note.png Note.png Note.png Booth Personnel EN, SV
# Name Friday Saturday Sunday Description and Comments Languages

Checkmark.png = Present
Warning.png = Absent
Note.png = TBD

Booth

We can expect from the organizer:

  • Space for the booth
  • Table & Chairs
  • Electrical Power
  • Wireless Internet access

What we bring:

Attendees/Visitors

In addition to the people listed as booth personnel above, the following Fedora Project attendees are also going to visit the FSCONS:

  • Your Name

Status

  • Booth has been confirmed by Leif-Jöran Olsson
  • Henrik and Robert are registered as booth personnel

Reports

After the event

Pictures

After the event

History