[clug] Document Freedom Day - 31st March 2010
kdambiec at fsfe.org
Sat Mar 6 16:21:39 MST 2010
On 7/03/10 10:10 AM, Jim Croft wrote:
> On Sun, Mar 7, 2010 at 9:33 AM, Karun Dambiec<kdambiec at fsfe.org> wrote:
>> On 7/03/10 9:24 AM, Mike Carden wrote:
>>> On Sun, Mar 7, 2010 at 7:19 AM, Karun Dambiec<kdambiec at fsfe.org> wrote:
>>>> Document Freedom Day 2010, is on 31st March 2010.
>>>> Is anyone interested in getting involved in Canberra?
>>> I can't quite see what getting involved might mean, but as an advocate
>>> of open standards and open data formats this would appear to be up my
>> I guess one option could be doing a presentation on open document standards.
>> Ive been haing a look at what various teams have done, and it varies
>> For instance FSFE FFII Berlin did the following:
>> "People from the Fellowship<http://www.fsfe.org/> of the FSFE
>> <http://www.fsfeurope.org/> and from the FFII<http://www.ffii.org> in
>> Berlin will celebrate the Document Freedom Day by congratulating the Federal
>> Foreign Office<http://www.auswaertiges-amt.de> in Germany for their work to
>> use and promote open standards. We will meet with the head of the IT
>> department and hand over a book and a letter to the Federal Minister for
>> Foreign Affairs and Vice-Chancellor Frank-Walter Steinmeiner as well as a
>> cake with the DFD logo. "
>> linux mailing list
>> linux at lists.samba.org
> sounds like the sort of thing you could engage @katelundy and
> @senatorludlam for if you wanted a bit of political and media
The only issue with that is that the media is likely to be focusing more
on the Obama visit to Canberra at that time.
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