Saturday September 20 is Software Freedom Day, a global series of events designed to promote the benefits of free software (in the broad, open source, sense of the term, which fortunately coincides with "free as in beer" for most individual users). 20 Australian teams are planning activities for the day, ranging from a a community BBQ in Coffs Harbour to a a series of speeches and demonstrations in Melbourne. Whether you're curious about free software but find the thought of a command line scary, or you're a FOSS expert who wants to help others, find the event nearest you on the Software Freedom Day site.
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