The Free Software Foundation has opened registration for this years LibrePlanet, held at the University of Massachusetts in Boston on the weekend of the 24th and 25th of March.
In it’s fourth year running, LibrePlanet is host to a weekend of talks by some of the most influential people in free software. Speakers include FSF founder Richard Stallman, Raspberry Pi developer Eben Upton, and several key lawyers behind the GNU GPL and other free software rights.
The aim of the conference is to bring people together to discuss the future of free software, and how groups and individuals can contribute to these overall goals. Outside of the talks are plenty of opportunities to socialize and collaborate on projects, and there’s even a chance to give your own quick talk if you have something to say.
Registration is free for members, $60 for non-members, and ends on 7th March.