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[FSF] Invitation to LibrePlanet Conference 2010

From: Peter Brown
Subject: [FSF] Invitation to LibrePlanet Conference 2010
Date: Thu, 17 Dec 2009 19:18:43 -0500
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Dear Free Software Supporter,

You are invited to LibrePlanet 2010!

The Free Software Foundation will be hosting the LibrePlanet Conference
at Harvard Science Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts, on March 19th-21st.

Why you should attend LibrePlanet:

* Learn about the latest developments with the GNU operating system
* Workshops, presentations and lightning talks from key free software
* Participate in group hacking projects or campaign discussions
* Learn about practical steps in free software advocacy

This year we'll also be hosting a GNU Hackers Meeting and a track
featuring presentations from women in free software. Plus we will have
an address from the GNU project founder and FSF Board president Richard
M. Stallman.

We have space for only 250 attendees, so please register soon to secure
your place! FSF members attend for free with non-members paying $60 --
so why not become a member? Everyone who attends receives a LibrePlanet
2010 t-shirt.

To register visit the wiki page

LibrePlanet aims to deliver a conference that you the attendees want. If
you've got something you want to hack on or a workshop you'd like to see
or a presentation you would like to give, let us know! You can add your
ideas to the wiki page, visit us in #libreplanet on freenode or email us
at address@hidden with your proposal.

Best wishes

Peter and the Free Software Foundation team

Peter T. Brown
Executive Director
Free Software Foundation

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