By GD on Sep 22, 2009
Sun campus ambassadors blog about the recent events for Software Freedom Day.[Read More]
OSUM members are preparing more than 300 community events in more than 30 countries.[Read More]
On September 20, 2008, the free and open source software (FOSS) industry will celebrate the virtues of free and open source software in the annual Software Freedom Day (SFD). Open source is about sharing, ideas, code and innovation. Software Freedom Day is a celebration of these virtues and is a unique opportunity for you to reach out, share your expertise and talent and collaborate with many open source communities around the world. So visit the SFD site and find an event or create one of your own. Hundreds of teams, made up of university students and open source communities, from around the globe, will participate by collaborating and encouraging the use and benefits of free and open source software with installfests, product demonstrations, give aways, and seminars. So visit the SFD site and find an event or create one of your own.
Sun sees the promise of open-source software as the perfect way for society and business alike to forge a world of expanded opportunity, increased flexibility, and continual innovation. Software Freedom day is a global celebration of these virtues. So join in, release your ideas, launch a community, explore new code, and have fun! Learn more.