Wherever you are, we want you to be part of LibrePlanet
- Bookmark the remote participation center now, and go there on Saturday, March 21st and Sunday, March 22nd to watch the livestream.
This year's program is bursting with something for everyone in the free software movement, from inquisitive newcomers to hardcore developers.
Keynotes talks will be given by Karen Sandler, executive director of Software Freedom Conservancy and GNOME Foundation board member; Benjamin Mako Hill, peer production scholar and activist; and the FSF's founder, Richard Stallman.
Another way to participate remotely is to join the conversation around the conference on the libreplanet-discuss mailing list. Subscribe now and dive in.
If you can make it to Massachusetts, it's not too late to register. Students and FSF members enjoy gratis admission. That means that, if you aren't already a member, this a great time to become one. Members enjoy a variety of benefits and support free software year-round.
So we can run the conference as smoothly as possible for everyone, we ask that you register by the end of the day on Tuesday, March 17th. However, late registrations and walk-ups will still be accepted.
Finally, we'd like to express our excitement about working with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Student Information Processing Board, our organizing partner for LibrePlanet 2015.
See you soon, whether it's in person or online.