Mobile devices

Room(s) used for this theme

Theme schedule

Monday 7 July 2014

  • 11:40 - 12:00 Freedom on Android devices

    en_US 20 mn Erik Albers Room : Amphi 7 Confirmed

    Free Your Android is a campaign run by the Free Software Foundation Europe that aims at giving back control to the user. This talk is about having root access, syncronize your data/calendar/contacts, and be in full control of every program on (...)
  • 14:00 - 18:00 Free Your Android Week (Atelier / workshop)

    Room : 31 TD011 Geek Beginner

    This workshop, organized jointly with members of FSFE's Free Your Android program, the Replicant project and F-Droid will be dedicated to software freedom on mobile devices. It is an occasion to learn more about the stakes of freedom on mobile devices and see what free software exists today to help liberate your device. Especially, the team will be there to guide attendees through the installation of free software on mobile devices. Various devices running with free software will also be shown during the workshop, such as the Goldelico GTA04 and other Replicant-supported devices.
  • 17:15 - 18:05 After Snowden: Be smart or have a smartphone ?

    fr_FR 40 mn Velickovic Kevin Room : Amphi 31 Large people Beginner

    Can you thrust your smartphone ? What are the advantages and difficulties of using free systems such as CyanogenMod, AOKP, AOSP ?

Tuesday 8 July 2014

  • 09:30 - 10:10 Free Software on Android via F-Droid

    en_US 40 mn Daniel Martí Room : Amphi 31 Large people Beginner

    F-Droid brings Free Software to your Android and helps you regain control over your device. A project founded in 2010, its aim has always been to deliver Free Software to our users similar to how most repository-based GNU/Linux distributions do (...)
  • 09:30 - 18:00 Free Your Android Week (Atelier / workshop)

    Room : 31 TD011 Geek Beginner

    This workshop, organized jointly with members of FSFE's Free Your Android program, the Replicant project and F-Droid will be dedicated to software freedom on mobile devices. It is an occasion to learn more about the stakes of freedom on mobile devices and see what free software exists today to help liberate your device. Especially, the team will be there to guide attendees through the installation of free software on mobile devices. Various devices running with free software will also be shown during the workshop, such as the Goldelico GTA04 and other Replicant-supported devices.
  • 16:20 - 17:10 Replicant: software freedom on mobile devices

    en_US 50 mn Paul Kocialkowski Room : Amphi 31 Large people, Geek Confirmed

    Android is developed by Google mostly as open source, through the Android Open Source Project. However, AOSP cannot actually run on most devices without proprietary software for supporting various hardware features. Back in 2010, the Replicant (...)

Wednesday 9 July 2014

  • 09:30 - 18:00 Free Your Android Week (Atelier / workshop)

    Room : 31 TD011 Geek Beginner

    This workshop, organized jointly with members of FSFE's Free Your Android program, the Replicant project and F-Droid will be dedicated to software freedom on mobile devices. It is an occasion to learn more about the stakes of freedom on mobile devices and see what free software exists today to help liberate your device. Especially, the team will be there to guide attendees through the installation of free software on mobile devices. Various devices running with free software will also be shown during the workshop, such as the Goldelico GTA04 and other Replicant-supported devices.
  • 09:40 - 10:20 An overview of Replicant development

    en_US 40 mn Paul Kocialkowski Room : 31 SC001 Geek, Professionnal Master

    The Replicant project was founded four years ago as a fully free version of Android. While Google releases most of Android as open source, with the Android Open Source Project, it still cannot run as-is on any actual device, since it needs (...)
  • 11:40 - 12:30 ARM devices and your freedom

    en_US 40 mn Paul Kocialkowski Room : Amphi 31 Large people, Geek, Professionnal Confirmed

    ARM devices have become an overwhelming part of our computing, present in most embedded and mobile devices. While free software seems prominent on ARM platforms, for instance with Android on phones and tablets, and various other GNU/Linux (...)

Thursday 10 July 2014

  • 09:30 - 18:00 Free Your Android Week (Atelier / workshop)

    Room : 31 TD011 Geek Beginner

    This workshop, organized jointly with members of FSFE's Free Your Android program, the Replicant project and F-Droid will be dedicated to software freedom on mobile devices. It is an occasion to learn more about the stakes of freedom on mobile devices and see what free software exists today to help liberate your device. Especially, the team will be there to guide attendees through the installation of free software on mobile devices. Various devices running with free software will also be shown during the workshop, such as the Goldelico GTA04 and other Replicant-supported devices.

Friday 11 July 2014

  • 09:30 - 16:00 Free Your Android Week (Atelier / workshop)

    Room : 31 TD011 Geek Beginner

    This workshop, organized jointly with members of FSFE's Free Your Android program, the Replicant project and F-Droid will be dedicated to software freedom on mobile devices. It is an occasion to learn more about the stakes of freedom on mobile devices and see what free software exists today to help liberate your device. Especially, the team will be there to guide attendees through the installation of free software on mobile devices. Various devices running with free software will also be shown during the workshop, such as the Goldelico GTA04 and other Replicant-supported devices.
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