The Ditital Acidemic Liberity of Information workshop concerns the liberity of digital information and supports the development of free and open computer hardware design and free software for a broad spectrum of applications, while considering the impact of such technology on the human and global environment.  As expressed in the Greater Good Public License GGPL.org
Issues of free and open hardware design, free software development,  human rights and environmental responsibility and  will be discussed in the following areas:
  • Cultural Heritage
  • Digital Libraries
  • Education
  • Ecological Computing
  • Hardware Design
  • Networks, Computer Clusters
  • Shape Modeling
  • Virtual Systems and MultiMedia