Ohio Linux Fest

Posted by on Oct 22, 2014 in KDE, ownCloud, privacy | No Comments

This Friday the Ohio Linux Fest kicks off in downtown Columbus and I’ll be there! It is my first Linux Fest in the US so I greatly look forward to being introduced in this grand tradition. Of course, I’ll be talking about ownCloud on Saturday the 25, from 13:00 to 14:00 room D142-143.

The title of the talk is “crushing data silos with ownCloud”: helping people liberate their data from the centralized services they have stored it on. I don’t think that a world where most of the personal data of the world is stored on servers of a hand full companies is a good one. ownCloud is, right now, the best way of getting out of that world!
The talk will also cover a few interesting new ideas that we want to do in ownCloud to build a fully federated and distributed solution in the future.

It would be awesome to do a small ownCloud and/or KDE meetup there.

If you’re going to be there – let me know! Find me on twitter and lots of other social services!

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