This week, Kolab.org will be presented at two conferences. The first one will show how Kolab can be a secure privacy asylum in a post-Snowden world. It will highlight Kolab's security architecture and show how you can run Kolab on a Rasperry Pi for yourself or in full blown datacenter for millions of users. The presentation will happen in Berlin at Linuxtag on Thursday May 8 on Stage B at 18:30.
If you can not afford the entry to Linuxtag, you will be happy to find out that there is free entry at 18:00 right before the Kolab.org presentation.
The second presentation takes place in Porto Alegre, Brazil at the International Free Software forum (FISL). This year's motto is Security and Privacy: Free Software in the struggle against Espionage. This topic would of course not be complete without Kolab. So our community manager Torsten will give a general introduction into Kolab, it's architecture and community. He will also motivate people to join our still lonely Portuguese community mailing list.