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+ - Ten years of FOSDEM-> 2

Submitted by HansF
HansF (700676) writes "FOSDEM is a free and non-commercial event organized by the community, for the community. Its goal is to provide Free and Open Source developers a place to meet. This year we celebrate it's tenth birthday in Brussels. Interesting talks this year will be about writing and submitting your first Linux kernel Patch by Greg Kroah-Hartman, Promoting Open Source Methods at a Large Company by Brooks Davis and Evil on the Internet by Richard Clayton. Also the event will host several devrooms on topic varying from Alt-os to X.org. No registration necessary, so feel free to drop by."
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Comment: This idea floats in the air (Score 1) 334

by Sam Lowry (#29625419) Attached to: Legal Code In a Version Control System?

I once even spend an insane amount of time trying to explain to a fellow lawyer why adapting software practices for lawmaking will be interesting, but he seemed unable to understand.

I then abandoned the issue altogether, but would be lucky to join anyone who is bold enough to impose such a system on lawmakers.

Counting in octal is just like counting in decimal--if you don't use your thumbs. -- Tom Lehrer

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