Hey Free/Libre and Open Source Supporters,
This month we will be joined by a representitive of the Flux party to discuss the state of issue-based direct democracy in Australia.
The Flux Party is a tool Australians can use to directly participate in parliament. Flux is a party during the election but once there are elected Flux Party MP’s and senators that’s where the difference begins. Your Flux representatives give up their autonomy and vote according to the people. They cast their votes in line with the outcomes produced by the Flux ecosystem comprised of ordinary Aussies like you.
You can checkout the flux website or join the party (it's free as in $0) here: https://voteflux.org
After the discussion we will have our regular Gnews segment and then head down to Errol street for dinner and Free/Libre and Open Source Small-talk.
Hope to see you at 6:30pm on Thursday the 19th of April at Electron Workshop for our regular Free Software Melbourne meet-up.
Thursday 19th Apr, 6:30-8:00pm
31 Arden St, North Melbourne, Victoria, 3051
Running late or can't find us? Call Ben on 0419 390 496
Computer games are great fun! What can make them even better is when they are free as in freedom! Games that have the potential to be changed in anyway you and your friends wish. Because it is fun, this month’s meet-up we will be going over and playing games that treat you right.
If you have no idea what is out there then come a long and there might be something you like. If you know of something that others would be interested in then come along and enlighten us.
Doors open at 6pm with the main event starting at 6:30pm and dinner to follow in North Melbourne after 8:30 pm.
All are welcome.
Thursday 15th March, 2018 6:30-8:30pm
Electron Workshop - 31 Arden St, North Melbourne, Victoria, 3051
Travel tips by Electron Workshop: http://www.electronworkshop.com.au/map/
Running late or can't find us? Call 0419 390 496
On 7th March 2018 all Oculus Virtual Reality headsets were rendered effectively useless.
Hey there freedom lovers,
Recent reports have shown that Amazon will not disclose exactly what information they gather from the voice activated ‘Amazon Echo’ device.