Dia do #SoftwareLivre no #TechDays em Aveiro – Reservem a data 14 Outubro

A ANSOL celebra este ano o dia do Software Livre, com a Comunidade DrupalPT, no Sábado, 14 de Outubro em Aveiro.

Estaremos durante a manhã no Auditório Amorim, onde irá decorrer um debate VIP, com convidados de diferentes setores da atividade, incluindo o setor Público, e se irá analisar as oportunidades inerentes à utilização de Software Livre nas instituições públicas.

À tarde, no Auditório Principal, e em conjunto com a comunidade Portuguesa de Drupal, começaremos com uma apresentação de Marcos Marado, presidente da ANSOL, sobre a ANSOL, o Software Livre, e a importância das comunidades de software livre. No mesmo auditório, a tarde prosseguirá com apresentações preparadas pela comunidade Drupal.

Mais info e mapa no site da ANSOL. Encontramo-nos lá? 🙂

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EU copyright reform #Timetable #FixCopyright

Julia Reda, MEP, published a timetable of the process of EU copyright reform, that allows us to follow the process.

The Association for Free Education created a calendar based on that timetable, that you can download and import to your own calendar here or that you can see on the Web here

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Calendar by Dafne Cholet Creative Commons BY

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Presidente da @FSFE em Lisboa

Matthias Kirschner, presidente da Free Software Foundation Europe, vai estar no dia 28 de Março no ISCTE, em Lisboa, para dar uma palestra titulada “The long way to empower people to control technology”.

O evento, organizado pela ANSOL com o apoio do MOSS (the Open Source Master programme) e do ACM Student Chapter, decorre entre as 18h e as 20h, no Auditório JJ Laginha do ISCTE.

Mais info e mapa no site da ANSOL.

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Call for Papers: Lost and Transformed Cities

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The International Conference Lost and Transformed Cities: A Digital Perspective, that will take place @ Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Nova University of Lisbon, during 17th and 18th of November, has an open call for papers in the following topics:

The historic city from 2D to virtual and augmented reality;
Cities as virtual museums;
Cities, tourism and digital heritage;
Digital Heritage: methodological and epistemological challenges;
The contemporary city and digital citizenship.

The abstracts submission deadline is 30th June 2016. If you want to add the deadline and conference dates to your calendar, you can download an .ics here.

Detailed information regarding the submission, venue and accommodation can be found at the conference’s website and you can follow the updates @ the conference’s Facebook page.

“Through the intersection of digital technology with historical practice it is possible to convey a perspective of the past as a sensorial-perceptive reality. The resulting knowledge furthers the understanding of the present-day city and the planning of the city of the future. Cities in the digital realm are, therefore, presented in their historical continuum, in their comprehensive and complex reality and are opened to interaction in a contemporary social context.”  – Lost and Transformed Cities

 

Where’s the fish? #AquárioVascoDaGama #Lisbon

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