Libre Software Meeting

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The Libre Software Meeting (LSM) is an annual free software event originally held in France. The French name of this event is Rencontres mondiales du logiciel libre (RMLL).

Summary[edit]

The Libre Software Meeting takes place each year since 2000, in July. Launched by the French free software users group Association Bordelaise des utilisateurs de logiciels libres (ABUL). More than 1000 people, coming from more than 50 countries, participate each year.

The LSM is a mix of two complementary meetings:

  • a developers meeting, free software coders coming to discuss about their projects during the event
  • a free software promotion event dedicated to a large audience

Organisation[edit]

The LSM is organized by a team of volunteers, combining local and national free software associations.

Villages[edit]

Village of the associations, LSM 2006

The village of the associations welcome the visitors with a set of stands presenting local or national associations.

Hosting cities[edit]

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The LSM logo was drawn with Sketch by André Pascual, Linuxgraphic.org co-creator, for the LSM 2001. The choice of the mascot and her name come from the homophony with Armelle (a French feminine first name) and RMLL, as pronounced in English.

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