David Humphrey writes, “The Free Software and Open Source Symposium (FSOSS) is scheduled for Oct 23 and Oct 24, and online registration is open. There are various early bird rates, so register early. This year’s line-up includes many familiar Mozilla faces. The list of speakers is long and diverse, and represents the best of the web, the open source desktop, open source business, policy, law, etc. We’re also going to be running a track on Teaching Open Source, which will bring together professors, students, administrators, and community leaders to discuss the potential and challenges of taking students into open source projects.” For more information, check out David’s full blog post, and check out the FSOSS web site.
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Mozilla Labs is holding its monthly meetup this Thursday, Sept 25, at Mozilla HQ in Mountain View (1981 Landings Drive, Bldg K). This month the conversation will focus on the future of the Web — “This month we want to hear from you! What is your big idea for the future of the Web? Do you have thoughts to add to the Concept Series? We are anxious to hear what inspires you!” Everyone is welcome to drop by and participate in the meetup, so if you’re in the Bay Area you should take the time to stop by and join the conversation. If you’re planning to attend, please RSVP in the comments over at the Mozilla Labs Meetup post.