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Software Freedom Day 2009

The 2009 Software Freedom Day (SFD) took place on Saturday 19th September. The Linux Users of Victoria group organized the celebration at Chadstone Shopping Centre, Melbourne, Australia. I have uploaded some photos taken during the day to picasa. Brianna Laugher has uploaded more photos. Here’s a news item at iTWire about the SFD celebration in Melbourne. I’m delighted to say that it mentions Sage a lot 🙂

This year’s venue was more spacious than the venue for the 2008 celebration. Ten speakers delivered a total of 11 half-hour talks in two parallel talk sessions, spread across two lecture rooms. Three workshop demonstrators delivered hands-on tutorials in a computer lab. Here is a table listing the talks and practical workshops.

I gave a talk on beginning programming with Python. I have uploaded the slides for the talk as well as written up notes for it.

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