On Saturday October 12th, 2013 Rugby Linux Users Group held its annual Software Freedom Day event
to promote the benefits of software freedom to the local community.
Running from 12pm - 4pm at the Lawrence Sheriff School (Clifton Road, Rugby, CV21 3AG) the event featured
a variety of hands-on workshops, displays and presentations. We hope to hold several workshops including hardware hacking
with the Arduino and Raspberry Pi, Scratch programming, information on setting up a Code Club in your school.
As in previous years, a wide variety of software was available to available to try out, and visitors could take away free CDs
of free and open source software for Windows and Linux.
Local specialists working in the business and education sectors were on hand throughout the afternoon to
offer guidance and answer any questions visitors may have had.
For details of the event, click here.