Friday 12th September, 2014
4:20pm to 5:00pm
libreCMC is a libre embedded GNU/Linux distro for embedded devices and general purpose computers. In the future, libreCMC plans to target routers, phones, tablets, servers and high performance computing applications. At present, libreCMC supports 7 different routers and 1 development board with the intent of providing a platform where users can host their own services knowing that all of the software is 100% free.
During the session we will talk about : the importance of free software in embedded devices (from a freedom and security standpoint), what libreCMC is, where the project is going and give a short live demo of some use cases for libreCMC. More info about libreCMC can be found at : http://librecmc.org
ThinkPenguin & libreCMC project
Robert Call is a freelance hacker, tinkerer and activist. By day he is the Chief Technology Officer of ThinkPenguin, Inc and by night he is a free software hactivist. In the summer of 2011, he was a Campaigns Manager intern for the Free Software Foundation and a former Systems Administrator for the Finals Club Foundation. When he is not working in his professional role(s), he hacks on libreCMC and advocates for the usage of free software.
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