Youth and Free Culture with Open Source Software
con Software de Fuentes Abiertas
Free Culture and Asturix Project
Creative Commons is a well-known website which was started by Lawrence Lessig. It lists licenses that permit free sharing under various conditions, and also offers an online search of various creative-commons-licensed productions.
The free culture movement, with its ethos of free exchange of ideas, is of a whole with the free software movement. Richard Stallman, the founder of the GNU project, and free software activist, advocates free sharing of information. He famously stated that free software means free as in “free speech,” not “free beer.”
Asturix Project, throughout the culture produced in recent years on the Community has not only released all your code, but attempts to spread in society and especially among young people these skills that are essential to achieve a world where The Solidary Knowledge safe us from the constant speculation of those who live only to trade with the culture and the creation of the authors.
It’s therefore a major objective: to spread the Free Culture and Free Software so has led us to organize this conference which is aimed at not only young people but to all those who feel somewhat influential in the circle of young people have in their environment, whether associations, schools or just familiar surroundings, the importance for young people to new forms of sharing knowledge, the main source of wealth of the countries in the XXI century and the same time, the main source of huge imbalance between the “north” and “south”.