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RHL'19 St-Cergue, Switzerland, 25-27 January 2019

(translated from original French version)

The Rencontres Hivernales du Libre (RHL) (Winter Meeting of Freedom) takes place 25-27 January 2019 at St-Cergue.

Swisslinux.org invites the free software community to come and share workshops, great meals and good times.

This year, we celebrate the 5th edition with the theme «Exploit».

FOSDEM 2019 Real-Time Communications Call for Participation

FOSDEM is one of the world's premier meetings of free software developers, with over five thousand people attending each year. FOSDEM 2019 takes place 2-3 February 2019 in Brussels, Belgium.

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Imagine the world's biggest Kanban / Scrumboard

Imagine a Kanban board that could aggregate issues from multiple backends, including your CalDAV task list, Bugzilla systems (Fedora, Mozilla, GNOME communities), Github issue lists and the Debian Bug Tracking System, visualize them together and coordinate your upstream fixes and packaging fixes in a single sprint.

Linking hackerspaces with OpenDHT and Ring

Francois and Nemen at the FIXME hackerspace (Lausanne) weekly meeting are experimenting with the Ring peer-to-peer softphone:

Francois is using Raspberry Pi and PiCam to develop a telepresence network for hackerspaces (the big screens in the middle of the photo).

FOSDEM 2018 Real-Time Communications Call for Participation

FOSDEM is one of the world's premier meetings of free software developers, with over five thousand people attending each year. FOSDEM 2018 takes place 3-4 February 2018 in Brussels, Belgium.

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How did the world ever work without Facebook?

Almost every day, somebody tells me there is no way they can survive without some social media like Facebook or Twitter. Otherwise mature adults fearful that without these dubious services, they would have no human contact ever again, they would die of hunger and the sky would come crashing down too.

It is particularly disturbing for me to hear this attitude from community activists and campaigners. These are people who aspire to change the world, but can you really change the system using the tools the system gives you?

Thank you to the OSCAL team

The welcome gift deserves its own blog post. If you want to know what is inside, I hope to see you at OSCAL'17.

Kamailio World and FSFE team visit, Tirana arrival

This week I've been thrilled to be in Berlin for Kamailio World 2017, one of the highlights of the SIP, VoIP and telephony enthusiast's calendar. It is an event that reaches far beyond Kamailio and is well attended by leaders of many of the well known free software projects in this space.

Visiting Kamailio World (Sold Out) and OSCAL'17

This week I'm visiting Kamailio World (8-10 May, Berlin) and OSCAL'17 (13-14 May, Tirana).

Kamailio World

What is the risk of using proprietary software for people who prefer not to?

Jonas Öberg has recently blogged about Using Proprietary Software for Freedom. He argues that it can be acceptable to use proprietary software to further free and open source software ambitions if that is indeed the purpose.

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