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Ubuntu founder to speak at Debconf

Somehow it slipped my attention that Mark Shuttleworth will give an annual report of Ubuntu at the 2006 Debian Developers Conference, set for May 14 through 22 in Oaxtepec, Mexico.
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Shuttleworth's report is one of about 20 topics that have been accepted for inclusion on the agenda at the eight-day conference. Others include: “OpenSolaris and Debian: Can We Be Friends?”, by Sun Microsystems evangelist Simon Phipps and Alvaro Lopez Ortega; “Debian: A Forced To Be Reckoned With”, by Benjamin Mako Hill; and “State of the art for Debian i18n/l10n”, by Christian Perrier and Javier Fernandez-Sanguino.

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