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[Debian-NYC] Squeeze installfest at "Students for Free Culture Conference" on Sunday Feb 20th??

This just came to my attention. (Yes I am behind on my email, sorry
for the short notice). Do we want to try and coordinate to do an
installfest during the unconference day on Sunday? I don't know if I
will be able to make it, but again don't let that stop people from
running with it if they think it's a good idea.. (We could still do
something at NYCR too).


P.S. - Someone might need to confirm whether or not non students can attend.

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Jay Sulzberger <jays@panix.com>
Date: Thu, Feb 17, 2011 at 1:32 AM
Subject: [Lisp] [NELFPM] Saturday 19 February 2011 Students for Free
Culture Conference
To: lisp@lispnyc.org

 what="official Students for Free Culture announcement"
 note="This is a two day event.  The conference will
       take place on Saturday and Sunday,
       19 and 20 February 2011."
 location="Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences
           at New York University
           251 Mercer St, New York, NY 10012"
 edits="some reformatting"
 errors="If you got two variants of this
         notice, I think this one is correct
         as to dates.">

 From: Aditi Rajaram <aditi@freeculture.org>
 Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2011 23:45:36 -0500
 Subject: Students for Free Culture Conference, 2011

 The Students for Free Culture Conference 2011 is a gathering of
 student activists, intellectuals, artists, hackers, and generally
 interested people to discuss the latest issues in the free
 cultural world, with a focus on student involvement and

 The conference will take place in New York City from February 19-20.
 It will feature keynotes from the creators of Diaspora, Brazilian
 professor and activist Pablo Ortellado, and professor and former
 Obama Administration advisor Susan Crawford, as well as panels on
 remix culture, open education, and fashion and copyright.  The
 second day is an unconference where anyone is invited to pose a
 panel, discussion, gathering, or hack session.  Registration is
 pay-what-you-want, and travel funding is available by request.

 See the complete conference schedule for more detail:


 Thank you,


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Jay Sulzberger <secretary@lxny.org>
Corresponding Secretary LXNY
LXNY is New York's Free Computing Organization.
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