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<li><a href="https://conf.qtcon.org/en/qtcon/public/events/746">SHOW EUROPE - To promote national Free Software organizations in Europe</a> (<a href="http://files.kde.org/akademy/2016/A03_Day3_SHOW_EUROPE.mp4">watch the video</a>)</li>
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<p style="margin-top: 2em">Last but not least our keynote speaker <a hef="https://fsfe.org/news/2016/news-20160907-01.en.html">Julia Reda, member of the EU Parliament for the Pirate Party, about how "Proprietary Software threatens Democracy"</a></p>
<p style="margin-top: 2em">Last but not least our keynote speaker <a href="/news/2016/news-20160907-01.en.html">Julia Reda, member of the EU Parliament for the Pirate Party, about how "Proprietary Software threatens Democracy"</a></p>
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<p>The overall feedback from the participants of the very first FSFE summit was overwhelming good. People loved the idea of having multiple communities and subconferences under one roof. People were complaining that the registration process was kind of unintuitive and uninformative, but we received good feedback for the organisation at the actual venue and that everything went very smooth. Finally, addressing the topic of running business with Free Software was also very well received by a lot of attendees.</p>
<p>Sure, there also have been lessons that we learned. Problematic was a talk that was advertising non-free software. Of course, this is a no go for a FSFE summit, but we had no chance from his application to be aware of such an unethical advertisment. Also we heard a couple of times that attendees would love to have a symbol, a button, a sticker or anything else to recognise each other. So people can see who is here for the FSFE community and who is here for the KDE community, for example. Finally, the number of tracks and talks seem to have been at a limit for participants to not get flooded by too much information. Be assured, we will take your feedback into account for the preparations of a possible next summit.</p>
<p>Sure, there also have been lessons that we learned. Problematic was one talk that was partly advertising non-free software. Be assured this is a no go for a FSFE summit, but the speaker did not mention it in his application. Also we heard a couple of times that attendees would love to have a symbol, a button, a sticker or anything else to recognise each other. So people can see who is here for the FSFE community and who is here for the KDE community, for example. Finally, the number of tracks and talks seem to have been at a limit for participants to not get flooded by too much information. Be assured, we will take your feedback into account for the preparations of a possible next summit.</p>
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