Free Software Foundation community meetup (Washington, D.C.)
Sep 23, 2016
from 05:15 PM to 07:15 PM
Come share snacks and refreshments with the free software community. FSF campaigns manager Zak Rogoff will be happy to talk about our ongoing battle against Digital Restrictions Management in Web standards, the recent European net neutrality victory, our role in the new White House source code policy, and almost anything else you ask him about. The FSF will provide the first round of snacks and beers, with more available from the menu.
This is an informal gathering for anyone interested in spending time with the free software community or learning more about the FSF; you are welcome, whether you are free software noob or hacker extraordinaire.
Location: Seoul Spice, 145 N St NE #400, Washington, D.C., 20002 – The closest subway station to Seoul Spice is NoMa-Gallaudet U on the Red Line. There is also a Capital Bikeshare station a block away, at First St. NE and M St. NE.
Seoul Spice is wheelchair accessible, and people of all ages are welcome.
RSVP: We'd love it if you'd let us know you're coming to the meetup, but you're also welcome to just drop in. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP, or if you have any questions.
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