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Chat-ruimtes zoals parachat

chat-ruimtes zoals parachat

This speech will also take place in the chat grappig, sexy Karl-Heine-Straße.
The "official" agenda will start at 19:00.The talk, in German, will be held in the central lecture buildung, room V1 at Reichenhainer Straße 90, Chemnitz.Afterwards, participants are welcome to stay and socialize.Fellowship Meeting Rhine/Main, Germany On Wednesday, 3 February, the Fellowship group Rhein/Main will meet in the Café Albatros in Frankfurt.In coordination with other Civil Society Actors, fsfe will work to direct wipo's work towards increasing intellectual wealth and addressing the needs and demands of Free Software.The talk is held in English, and will be held in Amphi 31 at University of Montpellier.You can use the village as a meeting point, to hangout or to have a chat about current activities as well as your own ideas.Fsfe Assembly at the Chaos Communication Congress in Hamburg, Germany From December 27 to 30, fsfe will be present with a so-called assembly at the 31st Chaos Communication Congress.7th "Handelsblatt Jahrestagung Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Berlin, Germany On Tuesday, Oct 5 2004, at 14:00 Georg Greve will speak about visions for Free Software.The Free Software Foundation Europe will be present with a booth to inform visitors about the organisation and its work.Wipo Meeting on Development Agenda From.The Location is as usual the New Thinking Store, Tucholsky Strasse.Sustainable-IT in Berlin, Germany On the.Free Thursday Meeting in Helsinki, Finland Free Thursday is a regular event for people in the Helsinki area interested in free software / open source software.He will discuss the processes that help companies ensure they maximise benefit and minimise liability in Free Software deployment.Attendance is limited please confirm your attendance until October 14 to Nicola Feltrin.Local fsfe Meeting Rhine/Main - Talk: Public Money, Public Code On Wednesday, 5 July, the fsfe group Rhein/Main will meet in "Zentrale Coworking" in Frankfurt to attend a talk by Max Mehl titled "Public Money, Public Code".
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