Hardware Freedom Day Mumbai - India 2015
Hardware Freedom Day (HFD) is a worldwide celebration of Open Hardware. Hardware Freedom Day is celebrated to uphold the spirit of Open Hardware and make more people aware of using and contributing to Free/Open Hardware projects.
Initiated in 2012 by the same organization behind Software Freedom Day it aims at educating the worldwide public about the benefits of using and promoting Open Hardware. It also provides an international day to serve as a platform to raise awareness to existing projects and communities around the world as well as encourage participation in local Open Hardware initiatives. In 2015, 17 January has been chosen as Hardware Freedom Day.
Let's celebrate Hardware Freedom Day on 17th January, 2015
|12:00 - 01:00||Anuj Deshpande||Debian and the BeagleBone Black|
|01:00 - 02:00||Lunch Break||Lunch Break|
|02:00 - 03:00||Kumar Sukhani||Lil'Debi: Running Debian on Android|
|03:00 - 04:00||Siji Sunny||Debian on ARM|
|04:00 - 04:45||Tea Break||Tea Break|
|04:45 - 05:30||Rahul Mahale||Introduction to Raspbian: A Raspberry Pi flavor of Debian|
On the spot registration & registration is totally free. Lunch will be provided at the venue.
Lecture Hall Complex, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Powai, Mumbai - 400076, Maharashtra, India.