Anybody is welcome to give a talk or short presentation, provided it meets the criteria listed below. For note, a talk does not need to be given from a level of expertise - in fact, we encourage people to come give a talk about something new they've discovered, what they've learned, and start a discussion.
The below is a list of talks that have been requested or suggested. You can add any topics you wish, or suggest one via the Mailing list.
Talks should have a focus on one or more of the following aspects:
Is related to Linux, or open source software in general (including BSD, Solaris and others -- we're friends too!)
Is related to software freedom or digital rights (FSF, EFF, Open Rights, and the likes)
Outlines a project where the source code is available for all to view and learn from
In no particular order, here are some topics we're interested in.
Using VirtualBox to try out Linux in Windows, or use Windows programs in Linux
How can regular users get a hold of it, and use it?
Using AlternativeTo.net and others to find Free Software
The first steps to freedom is knowing where to get stuff