Wm Salt Hale Salt
/?/ Kilted Globetrotter,
and Lifelong Hacker /?/
Wm Salt Hale is a Seattle local who studies Technology and Society at the University of Washington (UW) Department of Communication and is the Community Director at Snowdrift.coop.
He focuses on Free/Libre/Open Source Software (FLOSS) and Culture; Hackers, Makers, and Breakers; and Computer-Mediated Communication using real-time synchronous systems.
Salt attends, organizes, and speaks worldwide at: conferences, conventions, events, festivals, and faires; on the topics of communication, crowdmatching, gnu/linux, information security, music, science fiction/fantasy, web development, and windsurfing. He is very approachable and will always be found wearing a kilt.
Wm Salt Hale presents 7 Events:
Exploring the Value of Free/Libre Open Source Software at SeaGL 2015
Lghtning Talks at SeaGL 2015
IndieWeb 101: owning your content and identity at Seattle GNU/Linux Conference 2016
Lighting Talks - Present by GSLUG at Seattle GNU/Linux Conference 2016
Keynote: Corey Quinn at Seattle GNU/Linux Conference 2016
Keynote: Allison Randal & Cascadia Community Builder Award at Seattle GNU/Linux Conference 2016
Keepassing your credentials synced and under control at Seattle GNU/Linux Conference 2017