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Upcoming Bug Squashing Parties to help the squeeze release

As you all probably know by now, we current *tentative* deadline for
Squeeze release is December. The only way to make it for then and to
make Squeeze the best release ever(TM), is to squash RC bugs
*together*. Several bugs squashing parties will take place in the next
weeks (see below) more (specially outside Europe) are certainly
welcome[1]. Please consider attending one of the BSPs if you live near
one of the locations.

Please note that you are generally required to sign up in the
attendance lists, in order to plan ahead the needed spaces; check th
BSP wiki pages for more details.

Paris, France, Saturday 30th and Sunday 31th October
====================================================
Location: Université Paris 7
Coordination Page: http://wiki.debian.org/BSP2010/Paris
The BSP is run in the context of the Mini DebConf Paris, 2010,

http://fr2010.mini.debconf.org/

Manchester, England, Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th November
===========================================================
Location: Madlab (Manchester Digital Laboratory) http://madlab.org.uk/
Coordination Page: http://wiki.debian.org/BSP2010/Manchester

Bern, Switzerland, Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th November
=========================================================
Location: “Aareheim”, http://www.aareheim.ch (website german only)
Coordination Page: http://wiki.debian.org/BSP2010/Bern

Thanks for listening,
Gaudenz

[1] http://lists.debian.org/debian-project/2010/10/msg00026.html

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