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Cambridge, MA Software Freedom Day recap

by Free Software Foundation Contributions Published on Oct 07, 2013 05:20 PM
In this post, Deb recaps Software Freedom Day 2013, held in Cambridge MA on Saturday, September 21, 2013.

By Deb Nicholson

It was a nice relaxing early fall day.

People trickled and and were greeted by the friendly face of FSF operations assistant, Chrissie Himes.

People enjoyed breakfast and coffee from 1369, a Cambridge institution. Red Hat generously sponsored the morning spread, making sure we would stay energized all day long.

It took a little finagling to get the AV working, but thankfully Paul and Will are on the case.

After lunch, we celebrated the 30th Anniversary of the GNU project with a cake.

Looks pretty tasty eh?

The afternoon was jam-packed with lightning talks, which left people pretty thirsty.

Around the corner at the Tasty Burger, a good time was had by all. Thanks so much to Rackspace for sponsoring the afterparty!

Thanks to everyone who attended and participated, making this year's event such a success. We're looking forward to an even bigger and better celebration next year!

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