Free/Libre Software and Open Data
Jun 30, 2011
from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Free software that respects users' freedom, so they can control their own computing. All software users are entitled to this control; for public entities, maintaining control of their own computing is a responsibility. Stallman will explain how the ideas of the free software movement, contrast them with the ideas of open source software, and relate them to the generation and use of open data.
This will be the keynote speech for the 6th Annual Open Knowledge Conference (OKCon 2011) (2011-06-30--07-01). Registration is required.