Athens Digital Week 2010

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This week, except that is the first week of October, it is also Athens Digital Week 2010 from today (Thursday) till Sunday!

Four days full of Tech talks, workshops and a lot of events are waiting for us in Technopoli, Gazi!

The event is categorized in sections which cover a variety of domain knowledge such as: Robotics, Modding, Gaming, Open Source, Digital Music, Ideas worth spending, digital classroom and many more.

The Fedora community will be there with a nice booth, a lot of talks and some parallel events.

 

  • Kostas Antonakoglou is going to present Fedora 14 and its new cool features on Sunday at 15:00.
  • I am going to present a Greek Fedora EDU remix and some ways that Fedora as an operating system and its structure can help in Greek education in general. My talk has title Fedora in Education and is on Sunday at 14:00.
  • In Friday at 16:00, Ananstasios Stasinopoulos is going to introduce us Security spin and some hacks.
  • In Friday at 17:00 there is a round table session named *Linux Distros* where Pierros Papadeas is going to represent Fedora.

 

Except from these presentation in Saturday morning we are hosting a translation marathon for the brand new Fedora 14 release from 11:00am till 13:00am. Come and learn how to be a translator and contribute in your beloved Fedora.

You are waiting for you!
You can download the full Athens Digital Week schedule here.

More updates will be posted soon!

Enjoy! 😉

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2 thoughts on “Athens Digital Week 2010

  1. Max

    Being at Athens Digital Week in 2008, speaking there, and spending time with the Fedora folks in Greece is my favorite work-related trip in all my years with Red Hat. Good luck with the 2010 version!

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