eLiberatica was an annual free software and open source conference held from 2007 to 2009, organized by the Romanian Open Source and Free Software Initiative. The goal of the event was to develop and sustain a healthy free software, open source and digital civil society movement in Romania.
eLiberatica was focused on helping to develop a healthy free software, open source and digital civil society movement in Romania. Presentations and activities at the event were meant to help both local and international participants share ideas and experience about these concepts and movements.
Participants included legal scholars, national offices of multinational computing giants (like IBM and Sun Microsystems), strong national companies (like Agora Media and BitDefender), students, media, people from Romanian institutes of higher learning and developers.
- 2007: Braşov, Romania May 18–19
- 2008: Bucharest - World Trade Plaza, Romania May 30–31
- 2009: Bucharest - Politehnica University of Bucharest, Romania May 22–23
- Brian Behlendorf - Noted Free Software and Open Source Advocate; One of the original developers of the Apache Web server
- Michael Widenius - architect and original developer of the MySQL DBMS
- Georg Greve - president of the Free Software Foundation Europe
- Zak Greant - Free Software and Open Source Advocate; Mozilla Foundation Ombudslizard
- Jim Willis - Civil Society Activist and former Director of eGovernment and Information Technology for the Rhode Island Office of the Secretary of State
- Kurt von Finck - employee of Canonical Ltd., GNOME Foundation sysadmin, free software advocate
- eLiberatica home page
- Linux.com eLiberatica article
- Italian article about the 2008 edition
- Romanian Open Source and Free Software Initiative official site
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