|| ||Jeff Waugh <jdub-AT-perkypants.org>|
|| ||GNOME Friends <gnome-announce-list-AT-gnome.org>|
|| ||Upcoming Events: GNOME.conf.au, FOSDEM, LWE SFO|
|| ||Fri, 20 Jan 2006 02:08:56 +1100|
|| ||GNOME Marketing <marketing-list-AT-gnome.org>|
GNOME.conf.au is being held in Dunedin, New Zealand, in association with
Australia's premiere Open Source developer's conference - linux.conf.au.
Don't be confused by the .au, it really is in New Zealand. We're sharing
linux.conf.au with our sheep-loving friends across the Tasman this year.
Come along, enjoy the talks, buy a t-shirt (if there are any left!), and
meet fellow GNOME hackers and users.
Where: Dunedin, New Zealand
When: January 24, 2006
FOSDEM is an annual, weekend event held in Brussels, Belgium for Free and
Open Source software users and developers. It has a commanding reptuation
for excellence in Europe, and the organisers are very kindly providing a
room for GNOME presentations, workshops and fun during the conference. We
are putting together a rocking schedule - if you would like to propose a
talk, workshop or presentation, please add your name and title/abstract to
the wiki page below.
Where: Brussels, Belgium
When: February 25-26, 2006
LinuxWorldExpo, San Francisco is *the* big Linux tradeshow to be seen at,
and GNOME will be there in force! Well, that's what we want to do, anyway.
GNOME usually has a booth in the ".org pavilion", where all the cool FOSS
projects hang out. Running a booth sounds a bit sucky, but it's actually
really cool if you like talking to users, gathering feedback, showing off
our latest work, and so on. Plus, it's a good opportunity to catch up with
fellow GNOME dudes running the booth. ;-) If you'd like to help out at LWE,
please sign up on the wiki page below.
Where: San Francisco CA, USA
When: August 14-17, 2006
Are you organising a GNOME presence at a local event? Create a page on the
wiki and let everyone know!
linux.conf.au 2006: Dunedin, New Zealand http://linux.conf.au/
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