Software Freedom Conservancy

June 8, 2012

Conservancy Helps Selenium Project run its successful 2012 Conference

Videos from Selenium Conference 2012 Now Available

The Selenium Project, a member project of the Software Freedom Conservancy, in April 2012 hosted its second conference. Following up on the successful Selenium Conference 2011 in San Francisco, CA, USA, the Selenium Project chose London, UK as the site for Selenium Conference 2012. The event welcomed over 160 attendees and had many intriguing presentations about the Selenium web application testing system. The conference was primarily organized by volunteers from the Selenium community, who were provided with essential support and services from the Software Freedom Conservancy.

In its effort to educate the general public about using and improving Free Software generally and Selenium in particular, videos from the conference have been made available to public. If you missed the conference, now you have the opportunity to view and study the great presentations and talks that you missed!

Those who missed both conferences can also catch up on the videos from Selenium Conference 2011!

(If your Free Software browser is unable to view the site, you might try youtube-dl.)

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