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Fresh in the LibrePlanet archives: LibrePlanet 2022 workshop videos

by Greg Farough Contributions Published on Jun 30, 2022 02:11 PM
Fresh in the LibrePlanet archives: LibrePlanet 2022 workshop videos

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In the lead-up to LibrePlanet 2022, the Free Software Foundation (FSF) received more workshop submissions than ever before. And because our LibrePlanet schedule is often chock full of splendid talks already, we thought it best to present the workshops in our very first LibrePlanet workshop series, which ran after LibrePlanet so that they would not conflict with any talks.

Three presenters holding a LibrePlanet 2022 workshop session

Now that we've had a moment to prepare the videos from our skilled presenters, we're happy to present the videos in the LibrePlanet archives and on our PeerTube page. If you didn't get a chance to view or participate in these workshops (and even if you did!), we hope you'll take the time to learn about how to "install" yourself in LibrePlanet, benefit from not one but two workshops on translation, and discover how to run your own user-centric IRC network.

While you're looking at FSF videos, don't forget to take a look at and share our new animated video Escape to Freedom, so you can be just as well equipped for your free software advocacy. We depend on your support to host workshops like these, and to produce clear, educational materials like Escape to Freedom that help people improve the state of their digital freedom one step at a time. We're just over the halfway mark in our spring fundraiser, with only eight days left to go. Can you help us reach our spring goal of $67,000?

Given how well the workshops were received, we're also on the lookout for people with new workshop proposals so that we can keep the LibrePlanet spinning year round. If you feel like giving a crash course in your favorite free program, programming language, or computer science concept, please do write us at

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