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LinuxWorld Offers 'A Taste of Linux'. The LinuxWorld conference, to be held from January 29 to Febrary 1, 2002 in New York City, is offering a series of introductory classes on the basics of Linux.
YAPC::Europe::2002 (Munich) - Call for Papers. YAPC::Europe will be held in Munich on September 18 to 20. The call for papers is out now; the theme of the conference this time will be "The Science of Perl." Proposals will be accepted through the end of July.
FOSDEM interview: DJ Adams. The Free Software and Open Source Developers Meeting has posted another interview with one of the speakers at the upcoming event. This one is with DJ Adams, Jabber instant messaging developer. "One really attractive feature of Jabber is the low cost of entry. By this I mean that Jabber's protocol is simple. If you can read and construct XML, and use TCP sockets, you can turn Jabber to your advantage. The open source Jabber server is written in C, and the codebase is fairly small, which means that it's not an impossible task to get a grip on what's going on from end to end."
Events: January 10 - March 1, 2002.
New Portugese Security Portal System. PTnix is a Portugese language security portal for Unix and Linux. (Thanks to Pedro Inacio)
Linux Guru Wanted. a chip design company in the Orange County, CA area is looking for a linux guru who has kernel and embedded development skills.
Section Editor: Forrest Cook.
January 10, 2002
Here are this week's Freshmeat software announcements. Freshmeat now offers the announcements sorted in two different ways: