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Translate.org.za supports South African Languages. Translate.org.za is working on the translation of various open-source software projects into eleven South African languages. They are currently working on Mozilla and KDE and plan on enhancing the OpenOffice suite.
linux.conf.au schedule posted. The schedule for the upcoming linux.conf.au (Brisbane, February 6 to 9) has been posted. There is an interesting set of speakers from Australia and beyond; we wish we were going to be there. See also the Debian mini-conference immediately preceding the main event.
GUAD3C - Call For Papers. The GNOME Gnotices site mentions a call for papers for the third annual GNOME Users and Developers European Conference 2002 in Seville, Spain from April 4- 6th, 2002.
LPI exams at Linux World. The Linux Professional Institute will be holding Linux exams at the Linux World in New York City on Thursday January 31, and Friday February 1, 2002. A 50% discount will be available.
aRts/KDE Video Roadmap Meeting. Join the aRts and KDE developers in an IRC discussion of the future of video and KDE. The discussion will take place on Saturday, January 26, 2002 at 21:00 GMT.
The Tenth International Python Conference. The Python Refereed Paper Track listing is available for the Tenth International Python Conference on February 5 and 6, 2002 in Alexandria, Virginia.
Mini developers' meetings at FOSDEM. The Free Software and Open Source Developers Meeting (Brussels, February 16 and 17) has an announcement on its web site that the event will include developers' meetings for the KDE, GNOME, PHP, Mozilla, and GNUStep projects.
The return of the Ottawa Linux Symposium. Once again, the Ottawa Linux Symposium will be held in, surprisingly, Ottawa. This year, however, the event is happening a little earlier: June 26 to 29. The call for papers has just gone out for those who would like to present at the event; the submission deadline is, according to the announcement, February 30th, but we would recommend getting yours in by the 28th.
Events: January 17 - March 14, 2002.
Section Editor: Forrest Cook.
January 17, 2002
Here are this week's Freshmeat software announcements. Freshmeat now offers the announcements sorted in two different ways: