Software Freedom Day (SFD) 2008 will be on September 20th, 2008 and the Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society (TTCS ; http://ttcsweb.org/ ) needs your help.
What is Software Freedom Day?
Software Freedom Day (SFD) is a global, grassroots effort to educate the public about the availability and benefits of Free and Open Source Software (FOSS). Local teams around the world organise and have events
on the third Saturday in September.
Software Freedom Day is on September 20th, 2008. We need to plan now and
- decide what to do
- locate a suitable venue
- promote the meeting once the venue and format of SFD 2008 is confirmed
The TTCS wiki page is available to assist with planning at http://ttcsweb.pbwiki.com/SFD2008-planning
Local Linux users, Windows users, Mac users, fans of open source software, everyone is welcome to assist with this project.
If you :
- can help us with these tasks
- have ideas and suggestions
- would like to volunteer to help with planning SFD 2008 in Trinidad
- would like to volunteer to help on the actual day(s)
please go to the planning page for further information and/or to add your contribution : the TTCS SFD 2008 wiki page at http://ttcsweb.pbwiki.com/SFD2008-planning and email admin at ttcsweb.org. Notes of meetings will be posted to the planning page with the first virtual one scheduled for July 27, 2008.
Further details will be posted to the SFD2008-planning page as well as via email to those persons interested in helping with SFD2008.
In 2007, the Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society’s entry for SFD 2007 received a “highly commended” award from the Software Freedom Day organisation! Information about that event can be found here: