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  7. <h1>FSFE's Speaker list</h1>
  8. <p class="tagline centre">"Free as in speech"</p>
  9. <p>If you have a request for speakers who can represent Free Software
  10. Foundation Europe and serve the Free Software movement at a conference, event
  11. or panel discussion, this page is for you. If you would like to invite one of
  12. these speakers to an event, please contact the speaker <a
  13. href="mailto:greve-assist@fsfeurope.org">via email</a>.</p>
  14. <h2>Bernhard Reiter</h2>
  15. <p>Bernhard Reiter is especially good at explaining how to build an ethical
  16. business with Free Software. He can also speak about Free Software
  17. development, funding Free Software, and about the history of Free Software
  18. Foundation Europe.</p>
  19. <h3>Languages</h3>
  20. <p>He speaks English and German.</p>
  21. <h2>Georg C.F Greve</h2>
  22. <p>Georg C.F Greve can tackle a range of Free Software topics, including the
  23. philosophical, social, scientific, economic, educational, and political
  24. aspects of the idea. He also can deliver speeches about open standards, the
  25. political challenges of digital society, and about Free Software Foundation
  26. Europe.</p>
  27. <h3>Languages</h3>
  28. <p>Georg speaks English and German fluently.</p>
  29. <h2>Henrik Sandklef</h2>
  30. <p>Henrik Sandklef can speak about these topics:</p>
  31. <ul>
  32. <li>Free Software principles and practices</li>
  33. <li>Free Software development and the GNU project</li>
  34. <li>Free Software in education</li>
  35. </ul>
  36. <h3>Languages</h3>
  37. <p>Henrik speaks English and Swedish fluently.</p>
  38. <h2>Ivan Jelic</h2>
  39. <p>Ivan Jelic can discuss about:</p>
  40. <ul>
  41. <li>Free Software history and philosophy</li>
  42. <li>Free Software for free society (impacts)</li>
  43. <li>Importance of free licenses</li>
  44. <li>Free Software communities in transitions countries</li>
  45. </ul>
  46. <h3>Languages</h3>
  47. <p>Ivan speaks English and Serbo-Croatian.</p>
  48. <h2>Jonas Öberg</h2>
  49. <p>Jonas Öberg can speak about:</p>
  50. <ul>
  51. <li>Free Software History and Philosophy</li>
  52. <li>Freedom of Information and Free Software</li>
  53. <li>Free Software Business Models and Practices</li>
  54. <li>Free Software Licensing</li>
  55. <li>GNU GPL version 3</li>
  56. <li>SELF (Science, Education and Learning in Freedom)</li>
  57. <li>Education on Free Software</li>
  58. <li>Civil Society Engagement in Research (STACS)</li>
  59. </ul>
  60. <h3>Languages</h3>
  61. <p>Jonas speaks English and Swedish fluently.</p>
  62. <h2>Marcus Rejas</h2>
  63. <p>Marcus Rejas can deliver speeches about:</p>
  64. <ul>
  65. <li>Free Software
  66. <ul>
  67. <li>Principles</li>
  68. <li>History</li>
  69. <li>Practical use</li>
  70. </ul>
  71. </li>
  72. <li>Licensing
  73. <ul>
  74. <li>Free Software Licencing (in general)</li>
  75. <li>Principles of most common free software licenses</li>
  76. <li>Licensing in special conditions (user/developing/etc.).</li>
  77. </ul>
  78. </li>
  79. </ul>
  80. <h3>Languages</h3>
  81. <p>Marcus speaks English and Swedish.</p>
  82. <h2>Matthias Kirschner</h2>
  83. <p>Matthias Kirschner can speak to audiences on a range of topics around
  84. Free Software, including:</p>
  85. <ul>
  86. <li>Basics of Free Software</li>
  87. <li>History of Free Software and Free Software Foundation Europe</li>
  88. <li>Political Aspects of Free Software</li>
  89. <li>Free Software in public administration</li>
  90. </ul>
  91. <h3>Languages</h3>
  92. <p>Matthias speaks English and German.</p>
  93. <h2>Shane Martin Coughlan</h2>
  94. <p>Shane Martin Coughlan can deliver speeches especially about:</p>
  95. <ul>
  96. <li>Free Software history and philosophy</li>
  97. <li>The importance of Free licenses</li>
  98. <li>The use of Free Software licenses</li>
  99. <li>Strategic implementation of Free Software in business</li>
  100. </ul>
  101. <p>Shane speaks English.</p>
  102. <h2>Pablo Machon</h2>
  103. <p>Pablo Machon can discuss about:</p>
  104. <ul>
  105. <li>Free Software and Free Knowledge: philosophy, principles and practice</li>
  106. <li>Free Software in the Public Administration</li>
  107. <li>Political Parties and Government approach to Free Software.</li>
  108. <li>Running a Free Software-only company -- a success story.</li>
  109. <li>Free Software Business Models and Sustainability.</li>
  110. <li>Free Software in Education plans</li>
  111. </ul>
  112. <h3>Languages</h3>
  113. <p>Pablo speaks English and Spanish.</p>
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