The goal of the event is to develop and sustain a healthy Free Software, Open Source and
Digital Civil Society movement, and to promote Free/Libre/Open-Source Software
(FLOSS) business models in Romania.
Presentations and activities at the event are meant to help both local and international participants share ideas and experience about these concepts and movements.
The first iteration of this event (held on 18th-19th May 2007 at Braşov, Romania) was unique in that it brought some of the most recognized leaders in Free Software and Open Source to Romania to interact with a diverse group of those interested in Free Software, Open Source and Digital Civil Society.
Participants including legal scholars, national offices of multinational computing giants (like IBM, Red Hat and Sun), strong national companies (like BitDefender and BitSoftware), businessmen, students, the media, people from Romanian institutes of higher learning and working developers.
For all keynotes speeches held this year please check eLiberatica 2007 website.
Organizers are working to prepare the next conference,
which is going to be held in the Romania capital city
of Bucharest, in the spring of 2008.
The eLiberatica 2008 website is estimated to be launched in September 2007. Until then, you are invited to keep in touch by subscribing to our newsletter.
The Conference Coordinator:
If you have a website, you can help us to promote
this initiative by placing eLiberatica logo on your site and
win one of the 2 free invitations
for eLiberatica 2008 conference!
More info under 2007 Media Center.
The easiest way is to copy and paste this code inside your web page: