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[Dfey-nw-discuss] Fwd: This Week Is Digital Freedom Week!

From: Tim Dobson
Subject: [Dfey-nw-discuss] Fwd: This Week Is Digital Freedom Week!
Date: Wed, 05 May 2010 00:03:58 +0100
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Subject: This Week Is Digital Freedom Week!
Date: Tue, 4 May 2010 14:41:44 +0100
From: Free Software Society <address@hidden>
To: Free Software Society <address@hidden>

Hi everybody, in case you hadn't realised from all of our spamming,
this week is our Digital Freedom Week in aid of Martin House
Children's Hospice. We've teamed up with Access Space, the GIST
Foundation and he Open Rights Group to hold a week of talks, workshops
and discussions. The schedule is here
and if you can't be bothered to click then here's a run-down:

Tuesday 4th
13:00-14:00, Hicks Lecture Theatre 7: What is Digital Freedom? with
Richard King from the Open Rights Group
14:00-17:00, The Peaks (off the Gallery): Installfest free PC help drop-in
18:00-19:00, Hicks G25: Free Software Society Show & Tell

Wednesday 5th
13:00-14:00, Hicks Lecture Theatre 10: The Zero Dollar Laptop with
Jake Harries from Access Space
14:30-16:00, Lewin Lab, Regent's Court (Computer Science building):
Collaborative Programming with Git

Thursday 6th
13:00-14:00, Hicks Lecture Theatre 6: Staying Safe Online
18:00-20:00, Hicks G25: Give It A Go: Controlling Your Computer with Python

Friday 7th
13:00-14:00, Hicks Lecture Theatre 10: LaTeX & LyX: Scientific
documents for complete beginners
14:00-17:00, The Peaks: Installfest free PC help drop-in

Saturday 8th
11:30-15:30 Give It A Go: Build A Recycled PC, tickets £10 from the Box

Everything is free except the Give It A Go sessions, and all money
raised and donated is going to charity; specifically Martin House
Children's Hospice and, in the case of the Build A Recycled PC, Access
Space too.

Hope to see you at our events,
Chris Warburton, outgoing Free Software  Society president

PS: Big thanks to Claire, Emma and everyone in the society for all of
the advertising you've been doing for this!

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