Internet Freedom Festival

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Remember to read through the Internet Freedom Festival Code of Conduct and Localization Lab Code of Conduct. 

Localization Lab at IFF 2018

Schedule of Events

Sunday, March 4th
09:00 - 18:00: Localization Summit
Monday, March 5th
09:00 - 11:00: IFF Registration
11:00 - 12:30: IFF Opening Ceremonies
Tuesday, March 6th
10:00 - 12:00 Localization Lab Booth in the Expo Area
14:30 - 15:30: Protect our spaces
Co-hosted by Dragana
Wednesday, March 7th
14:30 - 15:30: Local content for Internet development
Hosted by Bonface
15:45 - 18:00: Future's thinking applied to internet advocacy and fundraising
Co-hosted by Pablo
Thursday, March 8th
11:00 - 12:00: Safeguarding the commons of the future: building activism in low access communities
Co-hosted by Chido
14:30 - 17:30: Localization Demos & Sprint
Flyover Front

Localization Summit


Full Agenda


Breakout Sessions

Session Proposals

Create a Riseup Pad

Increasing Volunteer Engagement and Retention
Drafting a Style Guide
Developer Communication and Engagement
Building Usability Feedback
Project Readiness Checklist
Improving Glossary Usability
Creating a LocLab ID
SecureDrop Use Case
LocLab Mentorships
New Local Terms
Dialects and Localization

The Parking Lot
Re-Imagining Contributor Communication

Localization Sprint


Onion Browser
OONI Probe


Language Project Interests
Arabic Briar, Mailvelope
Azerbaijani SecureDrop
Bahasa Indonesia Signal, VeraCrypt, Psiphon 3
Burmese Psiphon 3, Mailvelope
Chinese (Simplified) Globaleaks, Tails
Gujarati FreedomBox, SecureDrop
Hindi Globaleaks, Orbot, Onion Browser
Luganda Signal, Mailvelope
Persian Lantern, Psiphon 3, Onion Browser, Mailvelope
Portuguese Tor, SecureDrop
Shona Signal, Tor
Spanish Journalists in Distress: Securing your digital life, Deflect

Important Resources

Internet Freedom Festival Code of Conduct
Localization Lab Code of Conduct