The Linux Presentation Day (LPD) is a European-wide event series which started in 2015.
Its goal is to allow those interested - and especially novices - to take a closer look at the free operating system LINUX. It is held in the form of various distributed events taking place twice a year at or around the same dates.
The motto "See LINUX close-up and try it out" is also a good summary of the overall program.
The next LPD takes place on Saturday, May 15th 2021.
Due to the current situation with its restrictions, the event this time takes place online, with the name of "LPD-Online".
The LPD-Online consists of pre-recorded presentations about various LINUX topics, and of moderated live channels. In these you can ask about and discuss the various topics, and also get in contact with Linux User Groups near you.
Under its motto "See LINUX close-up and try it out" the Linux Presentation Day has been held over ten times since 2015.
And now it's going online ...
Here's the current agenda of the LPD-Online, with all scheduled talks and live channels.
It is being updated constantly as new contributions come in, so make sure to check back regularly!
Many Linux User Groups and individual speakers have prepared interesting topics for you during the LPD-Online.
Here's the list of participating organizations and how to contact them.