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Wednesday Keynote: Leslie Hawthorn at Linaro Connect Europe 2013 (LCE13)
An internationally known open source advocate, speaker and author, Leslie Hawthorn has spent the last decade engaged in the human-focused bits of technology: community tending, software project management, marketing and public relations. In March 2012, she joined Red Hat, Inc., where she leads the team responsible for Community Action & Impact as part of the company’s Open Source and Standards Team, Office of the CTO. Prior to Red Hat, she served as Outreach Manager at Oregon State University’s Open Source Lab and as a Program Manager for Google’s Open Source Team, where she managed the Google Summer of Code Program, created the contest known as Google Code In and launched the company’s Open Source Developer Blog.
When not focusing on all things open source and community at Red Hat, Leslie is in the “save the world business” and works on side projects that make the world a better place. She serves as a Board Member for CASH Music, an open source platform that allows musician to more easily market their independently produced works, the Privly Foundation, an open source community project that gives users more control over how their data is shared and harvested from social networks, and the Sahana Software Foundation, a software platform that helps NGOs and first responders prepare for and react to humanitarian crises. She Tweets from @lhawthorn, blogs at http://hawthornlandings.org and makes an excellent chicken curry.
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In her keynote from September 25, 2015 at Linaro Connect 2015, Karen Sandler discusses why ideology, morality and doing what’s right is essential for the advancement of Open Source and Free Software. She gives details about why Software Freedom Conservancy does its work in defending and upholding copyleft licenses, such as Linux’s license, the GPLv2.
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