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Nous avons l’honneur d’accueillir le lundi matin à 9H20, pour la séance d’ouverture, un grand nombre de personnalités politiques de premier plan qui, toutes, ont soutenu les RMLL : ministres-présidents, ministres et vice-présidente du Parlement européen.

Mardi à 11H, 6 personnalités dont 4 membres du Parlement européen (Judith Sargentini, Marc Tarabella, Nils Torvalds, Ioannis A. Tsoukalas) seront réunis en table ronde pour répondre aux questions que leur a préparées par la Free Software Foundation Europe.

Mardi à 15H, nombreux se rendront au Parlement européen afin de suivre le JURI Workshop qui y est organisé par la commission des droits des citoyens.

Mercredi matin à 10H, nous recevons Valérie Laure Bénabou, professeure de droit à l’Université Versailles Saint-Quentin, Philippe Aigrain, auteur de Cause commune : l’information entre bien commun et propriété, et Marie Farge, directrice de recherches en mathématiques. Ces personnalités scientifiques de premier plan examineront pour nous les nécessaires évolutions du droit d’auteur.

Enfin, ce même mercredi dès 14H seront réunis quatre intervenants pour réfléchir à l’impact du développement d’internet sur les libertés : Richard Stallman, fondateur de la Free Software Foundation, Patrice Emmanuel Schmitz, rédacteur de l’EUPL, Benjamin Jean, juriste et rédacteur d’« Option Libre » et Philippe Laurent, avocat et chercheur au CRID.

Special "general public" conferences

Confences and workshop for everybody. Come and enter (no fee). Bilingual English/French.

  • 11:00 : All watched over by machines of loving grace? Karsten Gerloff, Free Software Foundation Europe - taking our life back in our hand in a world where machines are more and more present.
  • 14:00 : When the web giants improvise themselves as wizards and play with our personnal data. Frank Rousseau - All the big corporations of the web that propose services on the internet are also collecting our data. Is it dangerous? Any alternatives ?
  • 15:00 : Privacy 2013 : Why. When. How. Werner Koch - How can we protect our privacy in the digital age?
  • 16:00 : Which school for the information society ? Program or be programed - François Élie - The refoundation of a school of freedom in the information society. « School is the place and the target of a tremendous fight between those who want to keep it as the school of liberty, and others who want to make it something else, a school which would be a captive customer of a market, of digital industries for education. »
  • 17:00 : When the Free Software is questioning democracy . Tangui Morlier, Regards Citoyens - Can Free software help fixing the democratic process ?

Science and Education

The topic “Sciences and Learning” of the Libre Software Meeting gathers educators, teachers, staffs of associations, institutions and territorial collectivities, animators, parents… They can meet developers and users of free-libre applications and resources of interest for education, and discuss about professional or associative practices touching the usage, the making or the adaptation of free-libre software and resource.

Speakers and their teams will present their projects or animate workshops or round tables about the following subjects:

  • free-libre software dedicated to education;
  • free-libre software dedicated to popular education;
  • free-libre resources and software interesting education;
  • free-libre resources and software for associations;
  • educational uses of tools;
  • free-libre software and databases coming with free licenses;
  • integrated educational platforms;
  • platforms for open training and distance training;
  • mutualization of educational products;
  • etc.

Specific workshops are open for children, teenagers and adults.


This year, the Health topic will be organized according to 3 main axes:

  • Accessibility, autonomy and dependency management
  • Hospital Information System & Telehealth
  • Imaging & visualization of medical data

The Libre Software Meeting offers this year again a venue of choice for actors in the world of health. Through the Health theme, the committee hopes to distribute the LSM and enhance open source projects in this field. To better target the various exchanges that take place, the coordinators of the health topic offer several types of meetings:

  • meetings "solutions", with lectures and round tables to present solutions dedicated to our research.
  • conferences "state of art" between practitioners, developers and scientists to discuss what are the specific needs of users, what works well or less well, discuss approaches...
  • presentations of "technical" between developers and scientists. This will initiate exchanges between communities that may not have the opportunity to meet and perhaps to initiate new collaborations or projects.

Workshops will be available to practice and exchange ideas about tools presented by their designers or by users already experienced in these solutions.

Chairman :

  • Etienne Salliez
  • Samuel Thibault ( is an assistant professor in computer science, he tinkers with Linux since 1998, started to get interest in accessibility since he met Sebastien Hinderer in 2001, and never stopped since then. He also participates to the Debian and GNU/Hurd projects, as well as the project.
  • Johan Moreau (Johan.Moreau _at_ received his M.S. in computer science from the University of Rennes in 2001. Since 2001, he has been a permanent engineer in computer sciences at the Research Institute Against Digestive Cancer (IRCAD), Strasbourg. His main areas of interest are network and software engineering for computer-aided diagnosis and surgery. In FLOSS, he work on FW4SPL, sconspiracy/yams++, nagios-i18n, gdcm, ... He also participates in various organizations : ElsassJug, Clusir-Est, schools, ...