On May the 6th and the 7th 2010, the Journal of Information Technology and Politics organizes the 2nd annual thematic conference. The conference will examine Free/Libre and Open Source Software, the movement surrounding it, and the political issues associated with it. Erik von Hippel and Clay Johnson are the key speakers of this important, for the field of Open Source, event. The website of the conference will host many interesting and thought-provoking papers, to be uploaded after the conference.
I have been invited to the conference to present my research paper on “Open Source Approach to Public Policy”, however I cannot make it as at the moment I am serving the obligatory military services in the Hellenic Army. Thus, along with the main article I have prepared a video and a poster. I embedded here a short video: