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Accomdemy = Accompany + Academy is an open source non-profit co-learning community. We are a group of tech enthusiasts have the same vision of using technology to make self-learning fun and not lonely.
Organizer Accomdemy
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CC Taiwan Chapter

Creative Commons is a global network connecting practitioners who adhere to the free culture ideal and use the various open content licenses.
Organizer 台灣 CC 社群
Coordinator Lucien Cheng-hsia Lin lucien / Rock rock
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Founded in 2016, Cofacts is the first fact-checking chatbot and open-sourced, collaborative civic tech project combating misinformation in closed messaging apps. Comprised of volunteers and software developers, we have conducted media literacy lessons and fact-checking training workshop regularly. Cofacts has encouraged civic collaborating and valued freedom of speech, establishing an innovative and effective method countering misinformation, propaganda and fraud via collaborative fact-checking and open source technique toolkit. Cofacts achievement and experience could be replicated to another country for international collaborating.
Organizer Cofacts
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COSCUP's aim is providing a platform to connect Open Source coders, users, and promoters, and promote FLOSS with the annual conference. The conference is free to attend because of the enthusiastic sponsors and donators. Since the conference venue is limited, tickets are often sold out immediately after the online registration starts.
Organizer Conference for Open Source Coders, Users and Promoters
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Civil Society Cyber Shield

Citizen groups tend to engage in sensitive issues and thus become the target of cyber attack. But at the same time, they usually lack the resources to defend themselves. In this case, their work can be threatened by network monitoring, cyber attack, network blockade, network interruption, and Internet censorship. Taiwan has always been famous for its active information security community and civil society. Therefore, Civil Society Cyber Shield hopes to combine these two specialties of Taiwan and serve as the connection between technology experts and citizens. By connecting these two groups of people, we can improve the information security of citizen groups.
Organizer Civil Society Cyber Shield
Co-organizer Open Culture Foundation / 台灣駭客年會 HITCON / 台灣人權促進會 Taiwan Association for Human Rights / 華人民主書院 New School for Democracy
Consultant Philippe Lin miaoski
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g0v Hackathons

The g0v Hackathon has, since 2012, been a bimonthly event, where community members gather for good food and beverages while developing projects. g0v Hackathon is a cross-disciplinary platform for members to exchange ideas that celebrate openness, open source and open action. Hackathon attendees employ a tripartite method, applying their expertise, IT knowledge and crowd collaboration to explore the possibilities of a new solution to a challenge. g0v projects are all open source. Source codes and documents are released under open source licenses.
Organizer g0v jothon
Coordinator 瞿筱葳 ipa
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Organizer 財團法人客家公共傳播基金會
Co-organizer Open Culture Foundation / Wikimedia Taiwan
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PyCon Taiwan

PyCon Taiwan is an annual conference held by a group of Python enthusiasts to promote the use of Python and the possibilities Python can create. We sincerely invite every Python expert to share experience, exchange thoughts, and make new friends in PyCon Taiwan.
Organizer PyCON Taiwan
Co-organizer Open Culture Foundation
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Ruby Taiwan

Celebrating the beauty of Ruby since 2008.
Organizer Ruby Taiwan
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Sciwork is a conference for researchers and engineers to share and discuss computer code for scientific, numerical, and engineering work. It will be held in Hsinchu on 22nd February 2020. We believe in the power of openness, and we will use open source as a means to advance software development for computational sciences.
Organizer sciwork
Co-organizer Open Culture Foundation
Annual Reports
2022 Annual Report | Open Culture Foundation

We kept going during the hardest times. This year OCF collaborates with 30+ communities...

2021 Annual Report | Open Culture Foundation

We kept going during the hardest times. This year OCF collaborates with 30+ communities and 7 online events...

2020 Annual Report | Open Culture Foundation

In 2020, OCF has supported 34 projects initiated by communities.

2019 Annual Report | Open Culture Foundation

🛩Follow us to an open-source journey🛩 It's our sixth year!
Thanks to all of you, for supporting open-source, that made us continue to contribute to open-source and communities. We support 16+ open-source communities, 7+ international conferences, visit 34+ countries in 2019. Let's check out what happened in 2019!

2018 Annual Report | Open Culture Foundation

Thanks for all your support in 2018! In our 5 years of operation, we have supported nearly 30 projects initiated by open source communities. We participate in transboundary cooperation to promote open culture and digital rights, and combining community experiences locally and internationally to promote civic tech. We look forward to achieve new milestones of open culture with you in 2019!

2017 Annual Report | Open Culture Foundation

With your support, OCF continued to serve the FLOSS community projects in 2017, bridge local and international Civic Tech communities, foster cross-disciplinary cooperation to open up more fields, and advocate for the importance of privacy and digital security.

2016 Annual Report | Open Culture Foundation

Since its establishment in 2014, OCF has been dedicated to promoting a number of “open culture” causes, including “open source”, “open hardware”, and “open data.” We sincerely thank all of our donors for supporting our work.

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