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Upcoming Ubuntu Events

Matt Zimmermann have posted an overview of the upcomming Ubuntu events around the world.
Quote:

Hello,

We are pleased to announce some exciting upcoming events in the Ubuntu
project. We are looking forward to the release of Ubuntu 7.04 in April
07, but our gaze also shifts beyond that to …

Ubuntu Education Summit

– 3-4 May 2007
– Sevilla, Spain
– The Ubuntu Education Summit will discuss issues which impact users
or stakeholders of Ubuntu products in the Education sector. The target
audience covers educators, decision-makers, government, developers and
anyone with an interest in the deployment of Ubuntu/Edubuntu/Kubuntu in
education settings.
http://wiki.ubuntu.com/UES-Sevilla

Ubucon – Sevilla

– 5 May 2007
– Sevilla, Spain
– A one day community-led and community focused event. This is the
Ubuntu community at its best. Come listen, learn, contribute, and share
your Ubuntu experiences at this uniquely Ubuntu unconference!
http://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuconSevilla

Ubuntu Developer Summit

– 6-11 May 2007
– Sevilla, Spain
– A technical, hands on gathering to define the features and
technical approach for the next version of Ubuntu (version 7.10, due in
Oct 2007). Intended audience is development contributors to Ubuntu
* http://wiki.ubuntu.com/UDS-Sevilla

Ubuntu Live

– 22-24 July 2007
– Portland, Oregon, USA
– Ubuntu Live will gather IT professionals, government and business
leaders, educators, community leaders, and enterprise users. *Call for
participation closes 14 Feb – submit your proposal now!*
http://www.ubuntulive.com

We hope you will be able to join us at one of these face to face gatherings!

– – mdz
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