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Free Software for Beginners


2009-06-16, VMP5, University of Hamburg

Free Software for Beginners

This talk was prepared and held by various volunteers (Alexander Beifuß, Kai Hildebrandt, Tim Krämer and me) for the "Bildungsstreik" event in 2009, where regular university courses were supplemented by talks and courses created by students for students.

In this talk, we introduced the audience to the idea of free software and its importance. Afterwards, we played a game of "guess which is copyleft" as can be seen on the slides.



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