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Links 1 through 10 of 91 by Simon Phipps tagged Events

I'll be speaking at the end of day 2 of this conference. It's free, please come along!

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FOSDEM is Europe's most important software freedom gathering; I hope to be there again next year.

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Initial programme for the conference in Paris in October. I'm delighted to have been invited to give the closing address.

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Registration for the LibreOffice Conference in Paris (Oct 12-15) is now open. See you there?

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The LibreOffice community is organising a conference. Wouldn't it be wonderful if all the various strands that corporate intrigue have torn the OpenOffice community into were somehow able to come back together at this event?

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Interesting web site for rating speakers. No indication that it has any capacity to compute results contextually though. A speaker with lousy ratings at one event may be perfect for another of a different character (and vice versa). That's exactly the class of probably WOT suffers from too.

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I'm confirmed as a speaker at FISL this year. FISL is one of the world's largest software freedom events and certainly the most important in South America. If you can make it, do so!

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I'm on a panel at OSBC this year. It's the first time I've been back to OSBC for ages - if you'll be in San Francisco that week let me know.

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Looks like an interesting enough event, of the kind we used to hold at Sun back in 2006, but it lacks credible community voices as far as I can see.

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