You’ve decided to come to Cubaconf. Congratulations! Here’s a list of things someone should know before arrival:
The location of CubaConf has changed to be at the Palacio del Segundo Cabo.
Please check: http://cubaconf.org/location/
The event will be held on 25, 26 and 27 April at the Palacio del Segundo Cabo in Old Havana.
We are proud to announce that Mapbox is Sponsoring us, specifically supporting the OpenStreetMap's related activities!
So they present themselves:
Mapbox is a mapping platform for business: Scalable components for mobile and web apps. Our tools make it easy for developers to harness the power of location. We want to change the way people move around cities and understand our planet.
The User Group of Free Technologies (GUTL) from Cuba and Best Of Open Technologies (BOOT e.V.)  from Germany, are glad to invite you to join the International Free Software Conference in Cuba in April 2016.
Why in Cuba?
Unfortunately the majority of large Free Software Conferences take place in rich countries.
People from poor countries like Cuba normally are prevented to participate not only by financial reasons but also by denying the entry visa to countries like USA, Canada or most European countries.
So we decided to turn it upside down and have an International Free Software Conference in Havana, Cuba. We invite free software enthusiasts from all over the world to participate, show what they are working on and educate each other.
The idea is not only to exchange experiences how to apply the newest and “smartest” Free and Open-Source Software, but also to consider old hardware and very low bandwidth. Furthermore we want to talk about how Free Software can help developing countries in general.
It will be perfect if all continents are represented and we want to have a high representation of women. We do not want to exclude anyone for economical reasons, so we will try to raise money to support travel expenses for those who need it.
The conference will take three days:
The event will be bilingual (English and Spanish).
How your group can help with the organisation of the event:
* In an unconference or barcamp each participant can propose their presentation. Then in a small election which of the proposed presentations are set is decided.