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Upcoming Events

Where We've Been

Alternatiba (2015)

26-27/09/2015, Paris.
Liberté0 had a booth at Alternatiba.

DebConf 2015

15-22/08/2015, Heidelberg, Germany.
Samuel Thibault made the following presentation: Thanks for maintaining a desktop environment. But is it accessible? (Saturday 22 August): video.
The conference schedule is still available on the DebConf15 website.

Festival Esperanzah!

01-02/08/2015, Floreffe, Belgium.
Liberté 0 was represented at the booth of Abelli in the “Village des possibles”.

Festival Résistances

03-11/07/2015, Foix, France.
Liberté 0 did not have it's own boot, but Kinou also talked accessibility and our association at the boot Framasoft, in the associatons village.


04-10.07.2015, Beauvais, France.
Freedom #0 was present with a booth and made the following presentations:

All our presentations were part of the thread Accessibility.

Study Day « Handicap et TIC »

On 8 june 2015, Sébastien Hinderer and Samuel Thibault participated in a study day on « Handicap et TIC » (“disability and ICT”) at the Maison des Sciences Sociales du Handicap (MSSH). Their slides PDF are available on the wiki.

Festival Extra Ordinaire

Freedom #0 was present at the first few days of the “Festival Extra Ordinaire” (literally “extra-ordinary festival”), in Paris, France. In addition to a booth; some of our members held workshops, gave interviews and made presentations.
See the schedule on the website of Charles et Compagnie and L'Agenda du Libre.

Premier samedi du Libre

Freedom #0 was present at the “Premier samedi du Libre”: Texou was at our booth and made a presentation about …

Journées du Logiciel Libre (JDLL)

Freedom #0 was present at the Journées du Logiciel Libre (JDLL / Libre Software Days) in Lyon on 28-29 March 2015. In addition to a booth we contributed two presentations (both in French):


Freedom #0 was present at FOSDEM in Brussels on 31 January and 1 February. Three of our members gave a talk:

In addition, Marco Zehe, quality assurance engineer at Mozilla, gave a talk entitled Reaching more users through better accessibility: Using Firefox OS to test your apps for better accessibility and usability of your mobile web application.

Free and Accessible Software for All

Digital technology surrounds us everywhere: we use it to communicate, to find information, for education, for work, for shopping and for entertainment. Yet, digital technology presents great opportunities for people for whom the physical world may present obstacles and disability situations.

However, digital technology can only deliver its promise of Freedom, it needs to be accessible and to respect users' rights to access, modify and share it.

Liberté 0 (Freedom #0) is a non-profit organisation that aims to promote an inclusive view of free software, in which freedom and accessibility go hand in hand to create real Freedom and equal access to this freedom for everybody.

How to Contribute

Get Involved: the Mailing Lists

We communicate mainly through mailing lists. We have a French mailing list at, and a "technical" English mailing list at

Don't hesitate to join us!

Working Space: The Wiki

In order to work on our projects we use a wiki located at

We use this working space to propose new projects, to follow up on running projects and to create new content.

Come and have a look at the projects we are working on!

Live Chat: IRC

We use Internet Relay Chat (IRC) for live discussions. IRC is especially useful for situations where e-mail is too slow.

Our IRC channel is hosted by Freenode and can be reached at #liberte0.

In order to connect to our channel, you can either use an IRC client or use Freenode's webchat. However, the webchat is not accessible.