Date(s) - 22.10.2022
ore 13:30 - 18:00 Uhr
UNIBZ - Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Bolzano/Bozen
Linux Day 2022
DIGITAL nachhaltig LERNEN
IMPARARE con il DIGITALE sostenibile
Programm – Programma
14:00 Eröffnung/Apertura Linux Day South Tyrol 2022 (Marco Marinello, Hugo Leiter)
14:20 Public Money? Public Code! (Patrick Ohnewein, FSFE)
14:45 FUSS esce dalle scuole, entra nelle case e si apre al mondo (Paolo Dongilli, FUSS Project)
15:05 Next Generation Classrooms and Labs: idee per una scuola sostenibile (Andrea Bonani, Insegnante, formatore di nuove tecnologie)
15:25 Die Aktion SchoolSwap und Covid 2020-2022: Ein kleines Wunder? (Anton Auer, LUGBZ)
15:45 Pause – Pausa
16:00 Twelve Years of Linux at School (Charlie Reisinger, IT Manager, Penn Manor School District, Lancaster, PA)
16:25 Il progetto di digitalizzazione democratica dell’educazione (Simona Levi, Founder of XNET – Institute for Democratic Digitalisation, Barcelona)
16:50 Linux, open source e cyber security: lo stato delle cose (Igor Falcomatà, CEO & Senior Security Consultant at Enforcer)
17:10 Jugendliche erzählen ihre digitale Schule – Giovani raccontano il loro digitale
17:30 Open end
GNU/Linux, Music & Gaming
⇒ Im Raum D0.03 zeigt Nicola Lauria die Leistungsfähigkeit von GNU/Linux im Bereich Musik. Daneben kann auf drei FUSS-Computern gespielt werden, mit LINUX natürlich!
⇒ In aula D0.03 Nicola Lauria mostrerà la potenza di GNU/Linux in ambito musicale. Verranno inoltre messi a disposizione tre PC FUSS con una selezione dei migliori giochi Free Software esistenti.
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Speakers’ Abstracts and Bios
Bio: Head of Tech-Transfer Unit Digital at NOI Techpark and Supporter of the Free Software Foundation Europe.
In his role at NOI Techpark in the region of South Tyrol, he works with a team of project managers dedicated to the coordination of European Research & Development Projects in the fields of SMART Tourism, SMART Mobility, SMART Energy and SMART Food. Together, they promote an innovation strategy build on top of Open Data, Open Standards and Free Open Source Software.
Honorary dedicated to the build up of a Free Software community in South Tyrol since the mid of the 90ties, cofounder of the Linux User Group Bozen-Bolzano-Bulsan (http://lugbz.org/), he organizes the annual South Tyrol Free Software Conference (http://sfscon.it). Coordinates mailing lists about software-projects, involved as IT-expert in various work-groups and committees for Free Software and for the IT-Community, member of the core-team of the Free Software Foundation Europe (http://fsfe.org/about/team.html), Patrick Ohnewein formerly worked for many years as software developer and multiplier in the software area.
Title: Public Money? Public Code!
Abstract: Code paid by the people should be available to the people! We want legislation requiring that publicly financed software developed for the public sector be made publicly available under a Free Software licence. If it is public money, it should be public code as well. More than 30.000 people and 200 organisations adopt this position. Public administrations that use Free Software do not have to reinvent the wheel in programming similar applications, so they can share costs and save taxpayers’ money. The use of Free Software serves the public and promotes innovation too, as users can utilise the code found in the public digital infrastructure. The FSFE explains the benefits of Free Software and shares best practices in the dedicated ‘Public Money? Public Code!’ brochure for public administrations. Volunteers translated the brochure into several languages.
Affiliation: FUSS Project
Bio: Paolo Dongilli: works as technical inspector for the Italian School Board of the Autonomous Province of Bozen-Bolzano. He coordinates the FUSS project (Free Upgrade for a digitally Sustainable School – https://fuss.bz.it) that 17 years ago, in 2005, brought the concept of digital sustainability into the Italian schools of South Tyrol. Transparent hardware, GNU/Linux, Free Software, open formats, open teaching, free access to knowledge and checking that administrations correctly apply articles 68 and 69 of the Italian Code for the Digital Administration are my daily bread.
Title: FUSS esce dalle scuole, entra nelle case e si apre al mondo
Abstract: il sistema operativo Debian GNU/Linux, creato e mantenuto da una grande comunità di sviluppatori a partire dagli anni ’90 ed usato in tutto il mondo, è stato adottato 17 anni fa anche dalle scuole della Provincia di Bolzano. Offre ogni giorno a circa 16.000 studenti e 2.000 docenti un vasto numero di applicativi liberi per la didattica nelle scuole di ogni ordine e grado. Grazie ad attività di coinvolgimento di famiglie e docenti – i cosiddetti installation party organizzati negli anni 2000 in parallelo da Gruppo FUSS e LUGBZ e ad attività successive quali lo Sportello Open & Linux e l’Iniziativa SchoolSwap, il Progetto FUSS si è aperto all’esterno della scuola raggiungendo ad oggi centinaia di famiglie, permettendo non solo di abbattere il divario digitale esistente, ma di far comprendere a studenti, docenti e cittadini interessati l’importante concetto della sovranità digitale che poggia su due fondamentali pilastri: il Software Libero ed i formati aperti.
Affiliation: Insegnante, formatore di nuove tecnologie
Bio: PhD in Computer Science, math and science teacher since 1998. In 2005, on the occasion of changeover to free software on the computer systems of Italian schools, he became part of the learning technology support group of the Italian Schools Board, a group he coordinated for five years. Currently seconded to the school administration where he collaborates with the FUSS project and is involved in developing educational activities aimed at promoting computational thinking, especially through physical computing.
Title: Next Generation Classrooms and Labs: idee per una scuola sostenibile
Abstract: L’uso delle nuove tecnologie digitali nella scuola: perchè introdurle? Quali e come usarle? Un veloce sguardo sui possibili utilizzi didattici delle tecnologie che ruotano attorno al mondo digitale prestando attenzione al loro ruolo in termini di sostenibilità digitale.
Affiliation: Digital Ecology Activist
Bio: studied in Vienna and London, worked as tradenionist and educator with local and international networks. Pensioner.
Title: Die Aktion SchoolSwap und Covid 2020-2022: Ein kleines Wunder?
Affiliation: Penn Manor School District
Bio: Charlie serves as the Chief Information Officer for Penn Manor School District in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, U.S. His book, The Open Schoolhouse (https://theopenschoolhouse.com/), chronicles more than 15 years of innovative open source learning programs at Penn Manor School District. Charlie’s academic interests include digital privacy and cybersecurity, educational technology leadership, and how the future of artificial intelligence challenges school leaders to rethink teaching and learning.
Title: Twelve Years of Linux at School
Abstract: Penn Manor School District supports a unique open source learning community. The district’s Linux laptop learning program, and student apprenticeship program, has received national awards and recognition. This session will outline the district’s open source educational philosophy, review challenges to the wide-scale adoption of Linux in education, and share inspiring success stories of students who have impacted their school, peers, and community.
Affiliation: Xnet – Institute for Democratic Digitization and Digital Rights
Bio: Theater director, playwright, technopolitical strategist, activist and teacher, in 2017 Rolling Stone magazine chose Simona Levi as one of the 25 people who are shaping the future.
Since 2018 she has been designing and co-directing the Postgraduate Course in Technopolitics and Rights in the Digital Era first at the Pompeu Fabra University, then at the University of Barcelona.
She is the initiator of projects such as Xnet – Institute for Democratic Digitization and Digital Rights – or 15MPARATO, which has led to the conviction of 65 politicians and bankers, of which 15 were imprisoned, among which is the ex-minister of economy of Spain and ex-president of the International Monetary Fund.
Title: Il progetto di digitalizzazione democratica dell’educazione
Abstract: As part of its Plan for the Democratic Digitalisation of Education, Xnet and a group of families has created a digital educational infrastructure – DD -, a pioneering comprehensive workspace that aggregates free and auditable software tools in a single suite offering data sovereignty and protecting the digital rights of the educational community.
It has received support of the City of Barcelona so that Xnet has created a pilot in 12 schools of the city. DD offers an agile, auditable and interoperable public-code alternative to proprietary products from large tech corporations such as Google and Microsoft · Barcelona City Council is now extending its backing so that the pilot can be extended to more educational centres in the city.
Bio: Igor Falcomatà, CEO and Senior Security Consultant at Enforcer, has been professionally involved in research, consulting and training in information systems and telecommunication network security since ’98 and in IT since ’92; in particular, he has been dealing with “offensive security” for more than 20 years and has to his credit hundreds of “penetration tests” towards heterogeneous infrastructures and applications, from enterprise information systems to home banking applications, from ATM equipment to industrial plants, etc. He was among the first in Italy to deal with application security, Wi-Fi network security, OT security and is publicly recognized as an expert in information security issues.
Title: Linux, open source e cyber security: lo stato delle cose
Abstract: Quali sono i trend, i rischi e le minacce cyber nel mondo dell’Open Source Software? Il software libero è meno sicuro di quello proprietario? Quali sono le prossime sfide e le strategie per