Alisha Ryans-Taylor on GovHack plus Russell Coker's free software story, Melbourne 21 May

Please join us this month to hear about GovHack; an annual event to build things that use of publically available government data. Melbourne representative Alisha Ryans-Taylor will be telling us all about it. Scott will be giving us the Gnews, a current affairs wrap-up in the world of free software. For those who can make it, we'll also follow on for tasty dinner at Classic Curry on Elizabeth Street.

If you haven't been to Free Software Melbourne before, please come along. The event is free of charge, non-technical and casual. If you're new to free software, we'd especially love to meet you. We've been running regular monthly events for about 5 years now. We usually have 10 to 15 people at our regular meet-ups where we hear a short presentation or two followed by some questions and chatter. Then optional dinner at a nearby restaurant and more chatter. If you know someone who might enjoy our group, please bring them along.

[Update 21 May 2015] We also have Russell Coker joining us to talk about how he got into free software and why it's important to him.

Look forward to seeing you!


Ben, Ben, Ben and Scott

Event details

Thursday 21 May, 6-8pm (followed by dinner at nearby restaurant)
VPAC Head Office Training Room
Level 1, Building 91, 110 Victoria Street
Running late or locked out? Call Ben on 0458 925 588.

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