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<event start="2019-11-02" end="2019-11-02">

<title>LocHal Open Source Event in Tilburg, Netherlands</title>

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<p>On November 2nd, from 12:00 to 16:00 there will be the fourth edition of LocHal Open Source Event in Tilburg. This year all labs of the library will participate and even KunstLoc Brabant is involved in the program. The FSFE will be represent with an infobooth and a presentation by the Dutch country coordinator Nico Rikken.</p>
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<link>http://linuxeducatie.nl/open-source-event-2019/</link>
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<tag content="Netherlands">NL</tag>
<tag>talk</tag>
<tag>infobooth</tag>
<tag>front-page</tag>
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<event start="2019-11-15" end="2019-11-15">
<event start="2019-11-15" end="2019-11-16">

<title>The FSFE with talk and booth at SFSCon in Bolzano, Italy</title>

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<p>The FSFE will be present at SFSCon in Bolzano, Italy, with a track of sessions as well as an info-booth. On the same occasion the FSFE will run its annual community meeting. More information to come.</p>
<p>The FSFE will be present at SFSCon in Bolzano, Italy, with a track of sessions as well as an info-booth. On the same occasion the FSFE will run its annual community meeting.</p>
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<event start="2019-11-15" end="2019-11-16">

<title>The FSFE Community Meeting 2019 in Bolzano, Italy</title>

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<p>The FSFE will run its annual community meeting in 2019 in cooperation with the SFScon, one of Europe’s most established annual conferences on Free Software happening annually in November in Bolzano, Italy. On Saturday, November 16, in the morning there will be a public fsfe-track and our internal workshops and sessions during the afternoon. In the evening there will a social gathering. Find all up-to-date information on the dedicated wiki-page. </p>
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<tag content="Italy">IT</tag>
<tag>talk</tag>
<tag>infobooth</tag>
<tag>workshop</tag>
<tag>meeting</tag>
<tag>front-page</tag>
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<event start="2019-11-28" end="2019-11-28">

<title>Selfhosting Workshop in Zürich, Schweiz</title>

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<p>Es gibt keine Cloud, sondern nur die Computer anderer Leute! In diesem Sinne zeigt ein Workshop FSFE Lokalgruppe Zürich wie man seine eigene Cloud betreibt um Dateien, Fotos, Kontakte, Kalender und vieles mehr zu speichern und zu teilen. Die Teilnehmenden lernen, wie ein eigener Cloud-Server aufgesetzt wird und haben Gelegenheit, verschiedene Cloud-Dienste auszuprobieren. Der Workshop findet statt am Donnerstag, 28. November 2019, von 18 – 20 Uhr in der Digicomp Academy AG, Limmatstrasse 50, 8005 Zürich. Der Workshop ist kostenfrei aber um Anmeldung gebeten unter: https://t1p.de/rp9z</p>
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<link>https://t1p.de/rp9z</link>
<tags>
<tag content="Schweiz">CH</tag>
<tag>workshop</tag>
<tag>front-page</tag>
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<p style="text-align:center"><strong>** Sunday, November 17, 18:00 UTC **</strong></p>

<p>by <a href="mailto:galia@fsfe.org">sending an email to Erik Albers</a> (<a href="http://keys.gnupg.net/pks/lookup?op=vindex&amp;fingerprint=on&amp;search=0x80408b16cadd6573">OpenPGP</a>) with the subject “Session at 36C3” and use the following template:</p>
<p>by <a href="mailto:eal@fsfe.org">sending an email to Erik Albers</a> (<a href="http://http-keys.gnupg.net/pks/lookup?op=get&search=0x1868FC2E8639DC81">OpenPGP</a>) with the subject “Session at 36C3” and use the following template:</p>

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<li><strong>Title:</strong> name of your session</li>
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<li><strong>Link:</strong> (if there is a helpful link)</li>
<li><strong>Expected number of participants:</strong> 20 or less / up to 50 / up to 100 / beyond</li>
<li><strong>About yourself:</strong> some words about you/your biography </li>
<li><strong>Time limitations:</strong> exclude days or times you are not able to present</li>
</ul>

<p>You will be informed latest on Monday, November 25, if your session is accepted.</p>

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