diff --git a/www/conservancy/templates/supporter/index.html b/www/conservancy/templates/supporter/index.html index b4fc8fb17277a266322266b920af8caa4b7bd264..dc714af8f8e6c8b30e9e05a0dbcffef51e7c4c62 100644 --- a/www/conservancy/templates/supporter/index.html +++ b/www/conservancy/templates/supporter/index.html @@ -185,6 +185,12 @@ only di still available for your virtual viewing. We plan to turn Copyleft Conf 2021 into a year-long series of online sessions about issues in copyleft as we look hopefully forward to an in-person Copyleft Conf 2022.+ +
Bradley M. Kuhn, delivering a talk with Karen at LCA 2020. Photo copyright © by Linux Australia, licensed CC BY-SA+
We participated in many exciting events organized by others. Before travel was canceled, we presented multiple talks at LCA and on the FOSDEM main stage, helped organize the Legal & Policy DevRoom at FOSDEM, spoke to students and faculty at Oxford University, ran a workshop at Open Source 101 and delivered keynotes at CHAOSScon, Git Merge and the OpenUK Healthcare event. Once in-person events were no longer possible, we participated in many virtual events, including GUADEC, DebConf, ÖzgürKon and State of the Source. Our Executive Director was a featured speaker at VentCon, a conference urgently organized in May for folks working on FOSS projects for ventilators at a time when making sure that hospitals had enough access to ventilators to treat the surge in COVID-19 patients was a top concern.
We also remain ready to continue our work of helping to sponsor travel for our member projects and their events when travel becomes safe again. Before we ceased our conferences and travel, we funded over $60,000 worth of travel to important events, on pace for what could have been one of our biggest travel sponsorship years. We invested remaining travel funds into improving online infrastructure and planning for how to keep FOSS engaged without these essential in-person events.