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Software Freedom Day In The Free State!

Come join us for Software Freedom Day on September 20th. We will be celebrating at the Howard County Library’s Miller Branch. Help us partake in a day of talks and socializing with our fellow Free Software fans and interested parties.

Right now we are looking for people to give talks on F/OSS software aimed at the end user. The general thoughts have been the talks themselves should last up to about 30 minutes. Once we have the submissions we’ll decide on a schedule for the day. Take a look at the wiki and drop us an email offering your services as a speaker if you want the glory or with general questions about the day.

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  1. I can not wait! I saw that this was happening after reading the ubuntu newsletter and this is the first ubuntu/linux event in any capacity that I have been able to participate in ever! I am so excited.

    Is there anywhere i can find out more information about this event? Perhaps even submit a speech. I am by no means an expert but I have been using ubuntu Linux for 4 years. Mostly for end user stuff.

    YAY! I cant wait. 🙂

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