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Dear Ruben Safir,

**Don't miss it: [submit your session][1] for LibrePlanet 2023:
Charting the Course by November 2.**

[1]: https://my.fsf.org/lp-call-for-sessions

### What is LibrePlanet 2023: Charting the Course?

LibrePlanet 2023 is the fifteenth edition of the Free Software
Foundation's (FSF) conference on ethical technology and user freedom,
which will be held in March 2023, both online and in Boston, MA (exact
date and venue TBA). This year's theme is "Charting the Course."

The free software movement has produced so much more than software
used by millions around the world. It also points the way to a freer
and autonomous digital existence for all of us: one where it's the
user and not corporate monopolies that control our ways of
communicating, how children are educated, and how we monitor
information as crucial as our own health. LibrePlanet speakers will
show ways of progressing the free software community's understanding
of new opportunities and new threats to the movement.

For those of you who haven't participated in a LibrePlanet conference
before: expect a friendly, social, community-focused event with two
days of inspiring talks and workshops from prominent people in the
free software community, as well as people new to the community. You
can choose whether you want to participate online or in person in
Boston, MA. LibrePlanet 2023 will offer both.

### Why have a session at LibrePlanet?

LibrePlanet has a global audience full of energy and passion for free
software. A wide range of skills and expertise is represented at the
event, and your talk will be received with great engagement and
enthusiasm by our online and in-person audience, which in past years
has reached over a thousand people live. The event offers a fantastic
opportunity to introduce potential contributors to your project, or it
can also be a resource to test your theories and to gauge response to
your ideas by getting feedback from our audience that will help inform
your thinking.

### How to submit a session for LibrePlanet 2023: Charting the Course?

[Submit your session by November 2.][1] Have a look at our previous
[call for sessions blog post][2] to learn more about the theme and the
kinds of sessions we are looking for. Whether you have a panel
discussion, a presentation, or would like to host a workshop, it is
all possible at LibrePlanet. Since we plan to have a fully hybrid
event, the call for sessions form will allow you to state your
preference for whether you would like to attend in person or
online. Since we will facilitate both, your preference will not
influence whether or not your presentation will be selected. We are
also hosting an information session every Thursday to answer any
questions you have about submitting a proposal for LibrePlanet, which
continues until submissions close on November 2nd. To participate in
these information sessions, join us in the #libreplanet IRC channel
every Thursday, 13:00 - 14:00 EDT (17:00 - 18:00 UTC).

*Don't use IRC? Email your questions to .*

[1]: https://my.fsf.org/lp-call-for-sessions
[2]: https://www.fsf.org/blogs/community/libreplanet-2023-lets-chart-the-course-together-submit-your-session-by-november-2

### Submit a lightning talk

Are long sessions not for you? [Submit a lightning talk][3]
instead. Lightning talks are five-minute presentations given by
conference attendees on free software topics they're passionate about.

[3]: https://libreplanet.org/wiki/LibrePlanet:Conference/2023/Lightning_Talks

### Nominate those who have charted a course to freedom

It is still possible to nominate your favorite free software community
members for the [Free Software Foundation (FSF) Awards][4]. You can
nominate them for an award in one of three categories: the [Award for
the Advancement of Free Software][5], the [Award for Projects of
Social Benefit][6], or the [Award for Outstanding New Free Software
Contributor][7]. Don't assume that someone else will nominate your
chosen nominees -- the committee *does* consider the amount of times a
project or person is nominated.

[4]: https://www.fsf.org/awards/
[5]: https://www.fsf.org/awards/fs-award
[6]: https://www.fsf.org/awards/sb-award
[7]: https://www.fsf.org/awards/onfsc-award

*The deadline for the awards is November 30 at 23:59 (11:59 PM) AoE
(Anywhere on Earth).*

### Support LibrePlanet by becoming an exhibitor or sponsor

LibrePlanet is organized by the FSF, a 501(c)(3) charity. [Your
contribution][8] allows us to create a truly valuable event for many
people all over the globe by making the production of the event
possible, and allowing us to livestream the event.

[8]: https://www.fsf.org/donate

We will also offer unique opportunities for businesses and other
organizations to connect to a community that is dedicated to free
software. A prospectus will be published on the event site soon. For
information on how your company can be represented in our exhibit
hall, or to further sponsor the LibrePlanet conference, please email
.

We have been excited to see all the interesting sessions come in, and
we look forward to receiving yours for LibrePlanet 2023!

Sincerely,
Your LibrePlanet team

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Dear Ruben Safir,



Don't miss it: submit your session for LibrePlanet 2023:
Charting the Course by November 2.



What is LibrePlanet 2023: Charting the Course?



LibrePlanet 2023 is the fifteenth edition of the Free Software
Foundation's (FSF) conference on ethical technology and user freedom,
which will be held in March 2023, both online and in Boston, MA (exact
date and venue TBA). This year's theme is "Charting the Course."



The free software movement has produced so much more than software
used by millions around the world. It also points the way to a freer
and autonomous digital existence for all of us: one where it's the
user and not corporate monopolies that control our ways of
communicating, how children are educated, and how we monitor
information as crucial as our own health. LibrePlanet speakers will
show ways of progressing the free software community's understanding
of new opportunities and new threats to the movement.



For those of you who haven't participated in a LibrePlanet conference
before: expect a friendly, social, community-focused event with two
days of inspiring talks and workshops from prominent people in the
free software community, as well as people new to the community. You
can choose whether you want to participate online or in person in
Boston, MA. LibrePlanet 2023 will offer both.



Why have a session at LibrePlanet?



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alt="Call for Sessions LP image" style="width: 400px;">


LibrePlanet has a global audience full of energy and passion for free
software. A wide range of skills and expertise is represented at the
event, and your talk will be received with great engagement and
enthusiasm by our online and in-person audience, which in past years
has reached over a thousand people live. The event offers a fantastic
opportunity to introduce potential contributors to your project, or it
can also be a resource to test your theories and to gauge response to
your ideas by getting feedback from our audience that will help inform
your thinking.



How to submit a session for LibrePlanet 2023: Charting the Course?



Submit your session by November 2. Have a look at our previous
call for sessions blog post to learn more about the theme and the
kinds of sessions we are looking for. Whether you have a panel
discussion, a presentation, or would like to host a workshop, it is
all possible at LibrePlanet. Since we plan to have a fully hybrid
event, the call for sessions form will allow you to state your
preference for whether you would like to attend in person or
online. Since we will facilitate both, your preference will not
influence whether or not your presentation will be selected. We are
also hosting an information session every Thursday to answer any
questions you have about submitting a proposal for LibrePlanet, which
continues until submissions close on November 2nd. To participate in
these information sessions, join us in the #libreplanet IRC channel
every Thursday, 13:00 - 14:00 EDT (17:00 - 18:00 UTC).



Don't use IRC? Email your questions to campaigns@fsf.org.



Submit a lightning talk



Are long sessions not for you? Submit a lightning talk
instead. Lightning talks are five-minute presentations given by
conference attendees on free software topics they're passionate about.



Nominate those who have charted a course to freedom



It is still possible to nominate your favorite free software community
members for the Free Software Foundation (FSF) Awards. You can
nominate them for an award in one of three categories: the Award for
the Advancement of Free Software
, the Award for Projects of
Social Benefit
, or the Award for Outstanding New Free Software
Contributor
. Don't assume that someone else will nominate your
chosen nominees -- the committee does consider the amount of times a
project or person is nominated.



The deadline for the awards is November 30 at 23:59 (11:59 PM) AoE
(Anywhere on Earth).



Support LibrePlanet by becoming an exhibitor or sponsor



LibrePlanet is organized by the FSF, a 501(c)(3) charity. Your
contribution
allows us to create a truly valuable event for many
people all over the globe by making the production of the event
possible, and allowing us to livestream the event.



We will also offer unique opportunities for businesses and other
organizations to connect to a community that is dedicated to free
software. A prospectus will be published on the event site soon. For
information on how your company can be represented in our exhibit
hall, or to further sponsor the LibrePlanet conference, please email
campaigns@fsf.org.



We have been excited to see all the interesting sessions come in, and
we look forward to receiving yours for LibrePlanet 2023!



Sincerely,

Your LibrePlanet team



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Dear Ruben Safir,

**Don't miss it: [submit your session][1] for LibrePlanet 2023:
Charting the Course by November 2.**

[1]: https://my.fsf.org/lp-call-for-sessions

### What is LibrePlanet 2023: Charting the Course?

LibrePlanet 2023 is the fifteenth edition of the Free Software
Foundation's (FSF) conference on ethical technology and user freedom,
which will be held in March 2023, both online and in Boston, MA (exact
date and venue TBA). This year's theme is "Charting the Course."

The free software movement has produced so much more than software
used by millions around the world. It also points the way to a freer
and autonomous digital existence for all of us: one where it's the
user and not corporate monopolies that control our ways of
communicating, how children are educated, and how we monitor
information as crucial as our own health. LibrePlanet speakers will
show ways of progressing the free software community's understanding
of new opportunities and new threats to the movement.

For those of you who haven't participated in a LibrePlanet conference
before: expect a friendly, social, community-focused event with two
days of inspiring talks and workshops from prominent people in the
free software community, as well as people new to the community. You
can choose whether you want to participate online or in person in
Boston, MA. LibrePlanet 2023 will offer both.

### Why have a session at LibrePlanet?

LibrePlanet has a global audience full of energy and passion for free
software. A wide range of skills and expertise is represented at the
event, and your talk will be received with great engagement and
enthusiasm by our online and in-person audience, which in past years
has reached over a thousand people live. The event offers a fantastic
opportunity to introduce potential contributors to your project, or it
can also be a resource to test your theories and to gauge response to
your ideas by getting feedback from our audience that will help inform
your thinking.

### How to submit a session for LibrePlanet 2023: Charting the Course?

[Submit your session by November 2.][1] Have a look at our previous
[call for sessions blog post][2] to learn more about the theme and the
kinds of sessions we are looking for. Whether you have a panel
discussion, a presentation, or would like to host a workshop, it is
all possible at LibrePlanet. Since we plan to have a fully hybrid
event, the call for sessions form will allow you to state your
preference for whether you would like to attend in person or
online. Since we will facilitate both, your preference will not
influence whether or not your presentation will be selected. We are
also hosting an information session every Thursday to answer any
questions you have about submitting a proposal for LibrePlanet, which
continues until submissions close on November 2nd. To participate in
these information sessions, join us in the #libreplanet IRC channel
every Thursday, 13:00 - 14:00 EDT (17:00 - 18:00 UTC).

*Don't use IRC? Email your questions to .*

[1]: https://my.fsf.org/lp-call-for-sessions
[2]: https://www.fsf.org/blogs/community/libreplanet-2023-lets-chart-the-course-together-submit-your-session-by-november-2

### Submit a lightning talk

Are long sessions not for you? [Submit a lightning talk][3]
instead. Lightning talks are five-minute presentations given by
conference attendees on free software topics they're passionate about.

[3]: https://libreplanet.org/wiki/LibrePlanet:Conference/2023/Lightning_Talks

### Nominate those who have charted a course to freedom

It is still possible to nominate your favorite free software community
members for the [Free Software Foundation (FSF) Awards][4]. You can
nominate them for an award in one of three categories: the [Award for
the Advancement of Free Software][5], the [Award for Projects of
Social Benefit][6], or the [Award for Outstanding New Free Software
Contributor][7]. Don't assume that someone else will nominate your
chosen nominees -- the committee *does* consider the amount of times a
project or person is nominated.

[4]: https://www.fsf.org/awards/
[5]: https://www.fsf.org/awards/fs-award
[6]: https://www.fsf.org/awards/sb-award
[7]: https://www.fsf.org/awards/onfsc-award

*The deadline for the awards is November 30 at 23:59 (11:59 PM) AoE
(Anywhere on Earth).*

### Support LibrePlanet by becoming an exhibitor or sponsor

LibrePlanet is organized by the FSF, a 501(c)(3) charity. [Your
contribution][8] allows us to create a truly valuable event for many
people all over the globe by making the production of the event
possible, and allowing us to livestream the event.

[8]: https://www.fsf.org/donate

We will also offer unique opportunities for businesses and other
organizations to connect to a community that is dedicated to free
software. A prospectus will be published on the event site soon. For
information on how your company can be represented in our exhibit
hall, or to further sponsor the LibrePlanet conference, please email
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Dear Ruben Safir,



Don't miss it: submit your session for LibrePlanet 2023:
Charting the Course by November 2.



What is LibrePlanet 2023: Charting the Course?



LibrePlanet 2023 is the fifteenth edition of the Free Software
Foundation's (FSF) conference on ethical technology and user freedom,
which will be held in March 2023, both online and in Boston, MA (exact
date and venue TBA). This year's theme is "Charting the Course."



The free software movement has produced so much more than software
used by millions around the world. It also points the way to a freer
and autonomous digital existence for all of us: one where it's the
user and not corporate monopolies that control our ways of
communicating, how children are educated, and how we monitor
information as crucial as our own health. LibrePlanet speakers will
show ways of progressing the free software community's understanding
of new opportunities and new threats to the movement.



For those of you who haven't participated in a LibrePlanet conference
before: expect a friendly, social, community-focused event with two
days of inspiring talks and workshops from prominent people in the
free software community, as well as people new to the community. You
can choose whether you want to participate online or in person in
Boston, MA. LibrePlanet 2023 will offer both.



Why have a session at LibrePlanet?



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LibrePlanet has a global audience full of energy and passion for free
software. A wide range of skills and expertise is represented at the
event, and your talk will be received with great engagement and
enthusiasm by our online and in-person audience, which in past years
has reached over a thousand people live. The event offers a fantastic
opportunity to introduce potential contributors to your project, or it
can also be a resource to test your theories and to gauge response to
your ideas by getting feedback from our audience that will help inform
your thinking.



How to submit a session for LibrePlanet 2023: Charting the Course?



Submit your session by November 2. Have a look at our previous
call for sessions blog post to learn more about the theme and the
kinds of sessions we are looking for. Whether you have a panel
discussion, a presentation, or would like to host a workshop, it is
all possible at LibrePlanet. Since we plan to have a fully hybrid
event, the call for sessions form will allow you to state your
preference for whether you would like to attend in person or
online. Since we will facilitate both, your preference will not
influence whether or not your presentation will be selected. We are
also hosting an information session every Thursday to answer any
questions you have about submitting a proposal for LibrePlanet, which
continues until submissions close on November 2nd. To participate in
these information sessions, join us in the #libreplanet IRC channel
every Thursday, 13:00 - 14:00 EDT (17:00 - 18:00 UTC).



Don't use IRC? Email your questions to campaigns@fsf.org.



Submit a lightning talk



Are long sessions not for you? Submit a lightning talk
instead. Lightning talks are five-minute presentations given by
conference attendees on free software topics they're passionate about.



Nominate those who have charted a course to freedom



It is still possible to nominate your favorite free software community
members for the Free Software Foundation (FSF) Awards. You can
nominate them for an award in one of three categories: the Award for
the Advancement of Free Software
, the Award for Projects of
Social Benefit
, or the Award for Outstanding New Free Software
Contributor
. Don't assume that someone else will nominate your
chosen nominees -- the committee does consider the amount of times a
project or person is nominated.



The deadline for the awards is November 30 at 23:59 (11:59 PM) AoE
(Anywhere on Earth).



Support LibrePlanet by becoming an exhibitor or sponsor



LibrePlanet is organized by the FSF, a 501(c)(3) charity. Your
contribution
allows us to create a truly valuable event for many
people all over the globe by making the production of the event
possible, and allowing us to livestream the event.



We will also offer unique opportunities for businesses and other
organizations to connect to a community that is dedicated to free
software. A prospectus will be published on the event site soon. For
information on how your company can be represented in our exhibit
hall, or to further sponsor the LibrePlanet conference, please email
campaigns@fsf.org.



We have been excited to see all the interesting sessions come in, and
we look forward to receiving yours for LibrePlanet 2023!



Sincerely,

Your LibrePlanet team



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