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Debian to be at the Society for Neuroscience meeting

The Debian Project                                http://www.debian.org/
Debian to be at the Society for Neuroscience meeting    press@debian.org
October 7th, 2010               http://www.debian.org/News/2010/20101007

Debian to be at the Society for Neuroscience meeting

The Debian project is pleased to announce its presence at the Society for
Neuroscience meeting (SfN2010) that will take place November 13-17 in San
Diego, USA [1]. Debian will present the upcoming release Debian 6.0
"Squeeze" and demonstrate its utility as a robust and versatile research
environment for neuroscience. Booth visitors will have the opportunity to
meet with developers of neuroscience research software, and to get
information on available software and recommendations for deployment
strategies in research laboratories. Members of the NeuroDebian [2] team
will be available to discuss the advantages of integrating research
software into the Debian operating system.

If you are going to SfN2010, come talk to us at booth #3815 [3].

  1: http://www.sfn.org/am2010/
  2: http://neuro.debian.net
  3: http://www.expocadweb.com/2010sfn/ec/forms/attendee/index.aspx?content=vbooth&id=1153

About SfN2010

The annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience is one of the largest
neuroscience conferences in the world, with over 30,000 attendees.
Researchers, clinicians, and leading experts discuss the latest findings
about the brain, nervous system, and related disorders.


This booth has been made possible by the generous support of Prof. James
V.  Haxby (Dartmouth College, New Hampshire, USA) and other donations to
the Debian project [4].

  4: http://www.debian.org/donations

About Debian

The Debian Project was founded in 1993 by Ian Murdock to be a truly free,
community project. Since then the project has grown to be one of the
largest and most influential open source projects. Over three thousand
volunteers from all over the world work together to create and maintain
Debian software. Translated into over 30 languages, and supporting a huge
range of computer types, Debian calls itself the "universal operating

Contact Information

For further information, please visit the Debian web pages at
http://www.debian.org/ or send mail to <press@debian.org>.

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