Thursday 26 (10:30h) Jacob Appelbaum will speak about "The Tor Project: Anonymity online" and how this project has enabled roughly 36 million people around the world to experience freedom of access and expression on the Internet while keeping them in control of their privacy and anonymity. Its network has proved pivotal in dissident movements in both Iran and more recently Egypt.
Friday 27 (12:30) Alex Skud Bayley will talk about "What's Next? From Open Source to Open Everything" based in her experience of being involved in uncountable "open" projects ranging from copyright reform to community schools,
Saturday (12:30) Adam Dingle and JIm Nelson will speak about "Crowdfunding GNOME Application Development" based in their experience at Yorba and GNOME projects as Shotwell and Geary.
Finally, sunday (12:30) Federico Mena, David Mason and Jonathan Blandford will remember with us "The History of GNOME" from the early days to our recent present, we can expect some surprises and anecdotes.
You can check the biography of our keynote speakers at the program section. GUADEC 2012 thanks all of them for coming to Coruña this year.