for the GNU & Linux and F/OSS (Free and Open Source
Founded in 1996. In Guadalajara, Jalisco México since 2005
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Software Freedom Day
Software Freedom Day is a worldwide event to educate the public about the importance of Free and Open Source Software (F/OSS) and it's virtues and availability.
Our objective in celebrating this event is to educate the public on a worldwide level of the benefits of using high quality "Free and Open Source Software" (F/OSS) in education, government, homes and business, in short; EVERYWHERE.
Saturday September 18, 2010
At the LinuxCabal headquarters - from 15:00 to 21:00.
Admission is FREE
If you are interested in meeting others in the community, you are welcome. If you are unfamiliar with "Free and Open Source Software" (F/OSS) and/or GNU & Linux, you are welcome.
If you want to install "Free and Open Source Software" (F/OSS) and/or GNU & Linux in your machine today, don't forget your monitor, keyboard and your mouse.
We have Mandriva, Fedora, Ubuntu and Debian. If you desire to install some other distribution of GNU & Linux, bring your disks and we will help as we can.
|15:00 - 16:00||
By Rene (Renich) Bon Ciric
|16:00 - 17:00||
How to configure sendmail to listen on port 587
and requiring authentication over an encrypted
connection in order to accept mail from clients over
restricted networks such as Infinitum,
Prodigy and MegaCable
By Richard Couture
|17:00 - 18:00||
Version Control using GIT
By Sergio Gutiérez Álvarez
|18:00 - 19:00||
How to contribute to an existing software project
By Patricio Páez
|19:00 - 20:00||
Copyleft strong, weak and no copyleft.
Rights and obligationes
in the use of public licenses
By Esteban Contreras Vázquez
|20:00 - 21:00||Socialize|
As in all of our reunions at LinuxCabal, we have Soft Drinks, Beer and our famous SpaghettiCabal which is prepared with a Ragu tomato sauce, cheese and meat. Served with bread.
Dont miss this opportunity to meet the members of the GNU & Linux and "Free and Open Source Software" comunities in Guadalajara.
Come to "LEARN", "TEACH" and "SOCIALIZE"