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Dear Ruben Safir,

[LibrePlanet 2019][0] is coming up in only two weeks, and it's finally
time to talk about... talks! [The official schedule][1] is now live,
and we've got so many exciting presentations in store, addressing the
social, ethical, legal, and technological past, present, and future of
free software. Together, we'll explore the theme of "Trailblazing Free
Software," asking the question, "How will free software continue to
bring to life trailblazing, principled new technologies and new
approaches to the world?"

[0]: https://libreplanet.org/2019/
[1]: https://libreplanet.org/2019/program/grid-schedule.html

**If you're not already registered to attend LibrePlanet 2019,
happening on March 23-24 at the Massachusetts Institute of
Technology (MIT), in Cambridge, MA, [register here][2]!** Free
Software Foundation (FSF) members and students can attend gratis!

[2]: https://my.fsf.org/civicrm/event/info?id=79

This year's schedule is packed with important project reports,
debates, and discussions on the future of software freedom. Along with
keynote speeches by Bdale Garbee, Micky Metts, Tarek Loubani, and
Richard Stallman, you can choose from LibrePlanet talks that include:

* "Computational symbiosis: Methods that meld mind and machine," with
[Mike Gerwitz][3];

* "The Tor Project: State of the Onion," with [Stephanie Whited and
other members of the Tor Project][4];

* "Hackerspace Rancho Electrónico," with [Martha Esperilla and
Stefania Acevedo Ortega][5];

* "The secret battle of encryption algorithms," with Amanda Sopkin;

* "Right to Repair and the [DMCA][6]," a panel moderated by Jim
Garrett; and more!

[3]: https://media.libreplanet.org/u/libreplanet/m/the-ethics-void/
[4]: https://media.libreplanet.org/u/libreplanet/m/state-of-the-onion/
[5]: https://ranchoelectronico.org/
[6]: https://www.defectivebydesign.org/blog/2018_dmca_anticircumvention_exemption_process_some_progress_not_enough

On a lighter note, we're also looking forward to hearing Adam Monsen's
talk on "Free software for safe and happy chickens." And of course,
LibrePlanet 2019 will include the usual social events, with the
traditional Friday evening social [at the FSF office][7], and the
Saturday night party in downtown Boston, location to be announced.

[7]: https://www.fsf.org/about/contact/

### Pre-order your LibrePlanet 2019 T-shirt!

This year's T-shirt design imagines this year’s theme, “Trailblazing
Free Software,” as a space journey to unexplored frontiers, featuring
a cute little spaceship zooming out of a wormhole filled with eerie
green planetoids. The space journey design is printed on a bold purple
T-shirt made of soft, high-quality cotton.

You can pre-order yours before Wednesday, March 20, at midnight, EDT,
to collect at the conference: just [place the order for your shirt
here][8]; on the order page, you'll find a coupon code to reserve your
shirt for pick-up at the GNU Press booth at the conference with no
shipping fee. If you're not attending, you can still preorder, and we
will ship you your shirt after the conference (in April). Either way,
you wind up with an eye-catching limited edition tee that is sure to
start conversations about the universe of possibilities presented by
free software.

[8]: https://shop.fsf.org/tshirts-hoodies/reserve-your-libreplanet-2019-t-shirt

### Last call for sponsors, exhibitors, and raffle prizes

Join LibrePlanet partner Red Hat and other free software supporters by
[becoming a LibrePlanet sponsor][9]! Email us at if you'd like
a booth in our lively exhibit hall. The deadline for sponsor and
exhibitor registration is March 10.

[9]: https://libreplanet.org/2019/sponsors/

We are also still looking for prizes to raffle off at this year's
conference. If you or your company have a prize you would like to
donate, please email . Examples of past LibrePlanet
raffle prizes include a 3D printer running free software, a laptop
with free BIOS and free GNU/Linux distro, and DRM-free eBook gift
certificates.

Supporting LibrePlanet is a great way to support software freedom
while engaging the diverse audience who attends the conference. Thanks
to sponsors, exhibitors, and raffle prize donors, we can offer free
admission to students, travel scholarships, welcoming event space and
social activities, and refreshments for attendees and volunteers. Your
generosity also enables LibrePlanet to run on free software
infrastructure, including livestreaming and session
recordings. Supporters receive acknowledgment on the Web, via social
media, in the program book, and at the conference.

### LibrePlanet needs volunteers -- maybe you!

In ten years, LibrePlanet has grown in size and scope -- and its
continued success is thanks to dozens of volunteers who help prepare
for and run the conference. Volunteering is a great way to meet fellow
community members and contribute to the conference, even if you can't
attend in person! If you are interested in volunteering for
LibrePlanet 2019, email . We thank all of our
volunteers by offering them gratis conference admission, lunch, and a
LibrePlanet T-shirt.

Whether you're exhibiting, sponsoring, or just attending, please
spread the word about LibrePlanet 2019: blog or microblog to let
people know that you'll be there, using the hashtag #libreplanet.

Happy hacking!

Dana Morgenstein
Outreach and Communications Coordinator


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Dear Ruben Safir,



LibrePlanet 2019 is coming up in only two weeks, and it's finally
time to talk about... talks! The official schedule is now live,
and we've got so many exciting presentations in store, addressing the
social, ethical, legal, and technological past, present, and future of
free software. Together, we'll explore the theme of "Trailblazing Free
Software," asking the question, "How will free software continue to
bring to life trailblazing, principled new technologies and new
approaches to the world?"



If you're not already registered to attend LibrePlanet 2019,
happening on March 23-24 at the Massachusetts Institute of
Technology (MIT), in Cambridge, MA, register here!
Free
Software Foundation (FSF) members and students can attend gratis!



This year's schedule is packed with important project reports,
debates, and discussions on the future of software freedom. Along with
keynote speeches by Bdale Garbee, Micky Metts, Tarek Loubani, and
Richard Stallman, you can choose from LibrePlanet talks that include:






On a lighter note, we're also looking forward to hearing Adam Monsen's
talk on "Free software for safe and happy chickens." And of course,
LibrePlanet 2019 will include the usual social events, with the
traditional Friday evening social at the FSF office, and the
Saturday night party in downtown Boston, location to be announced.



Pre-order your LibrePlanet 2019 T-shirt!



This year's T-shirt design imagines this year’s theme, “Trailblazing
Free Software,” as a space journey to unexplored frontiers, featuring
a cute little spaceship zooming out of a wormhole filled with eerie
green planetoids. The space journey design is printed on a bold purple
T-shirt made of soft, high-quality cotton.



You can pre-order yours before Wednesday, March 20, at midnight, EDT,
to collect at the conference: just place the order for your shirt
here
; on the order page, you'll find a coupon code to reserve your
shirt for pick-up at the GNU Press booth at the conference with no
shipping fee. If you're not attending, you can still preorder, and we
will ship you your shirt after the conference (in April). Either way,
you wind up with an eye-catching limited edition tee that is sure to
start conversations about the universe of possibilities presented by
free software.



Last call for sponsors, exhibitors, and raffle prizes



Join LibrePlanet partner Red Hat and other free software supporters by
becoming a LibrePlanet sponsor! Email us at campaigns@fsf.org if you'd like
a booth in our lively exhibit hall. The deadline for sponsor and
exhibitor registration is March 10.



We are also still looking for prizes to raffle off at this year's
conference. If you or your company have a prize you would like to
donate, please email campaigns@fsf.org. Examples of past LibrePlanet
raffle prizes include a 3D printer running free software, a laptop
with free BIOS and free GNU/Linux distro, and DRM-free eBook gift
certificates.



Supporting LibrePlanet is a great way to support software freedom
while engaging the diverse audience who attends the conference. Thanks
to sponsors, exhibitors, and raffle prize donors, we can offer free
admission to students, travel scholarships, welcoming event space and
social activities, and refreshments for attendees and volunteers. Your
generosity also enables LibrePlanet to run on free software
infrastructure, including livestreaming and session
recordings. Supporters receive acknowledgment on the Web, via social
media, in the program book, and at the conference.



LibrePlanet needs volunteers -- maybe you!



In ten years, LibrePlanet has grown in size and scope -- and its
continued success is thanks to dozens of volunteers who help prepare
for and run the conference. Volunteering is a great way to meet fellow
community members and contribute to the conference, even if you can't
attend in person! If you are interested in volunteering for
LibrePlanet 2019, email resources@fsf.org. We thank all of our
volunteers by offering them gratis conference admission, lunch, and a
LibrePlanet T-shirt.



Whether you're exhibiting, sponsoring, or just attending, please
spread the word about LibrePlanet 2019: blog or microblog to let
people know that you'll be there, using the hashtag #libreplanet.



Happy hacking!



Dana Morgenstein

Outreach and Communications Coordinator






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