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Debian at FOSDEM 2007

The Debian project was present at FOSDEM 2007, which took place on 24/25 February in Brussels, Belgium.
Read about what happenedhere

With the words of Martin F. Krafft

The continuous drizzle and cold weather only marginally tarnished
the experience of FOSDEM 2007, which took place on 24/25 February on
the campus of the Université Libré in Brussels, Belgium. Around 50
active Debian contributors had made sure not to miss the event, and
mingled with the hundreds of other Free software enthusiasts.

As in the previous years, the Debian booth was a popular space for
discussions and meeting people, and the presentations on
Debian-related topics, which took place in the “Debian DevRoom” [0],
attracted a large crowd who seldom left any empty seats. Topics
included the testing migration, APT improvements, data mining within
the project, a new network configuration management system, and
automated installations.

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