MozFest 2016: A celebration of the open web hits London this weekend
Before you get too excited it’s not a festival dedicated miserable Mancunian!
MozFest is a festival championing the open web organised by Mozilla – the boffins behind Firefox – heading to London this weekend (28-30 October 2016).
The open web is championed by companies like Mozilla to enable the positive potential of global sharing of resources and knowledge.
The London edition of the MozFest is packed full of future thinking in talks, stalls and interactive displays. Plus, if you can’t make it you can watch the speaker series online for free here.
MozFest | Ravensbourne Campus, North Greenwich tube | Friday 28-Sunday 30 October | £45 adult/£3 youth (under 18)
Some sessions that caught our attention in the schedule are:
- Look Around EU: Fighting Brexit with Data
- Digital Arts Journalism with Arts Award Voice
- Wi-Fi Penetration with Kali Linux
- The Art of Coding
- Making Change: DIY Activist Art
- Missing Women and Missing Pay: How Mexico and Georgia are Closing the Gender Gap by Closing the Data Gap
- Lessons from Brexit – looking ahead to the US Elections