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Fwd: Nordic minidebconf at FSCONS 13-15 November 2009

Forwarding this to lists that I did not know of.

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Per Andersson <avtobiff@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, Oct 24, 2009 at 4:28 PM
Subject: Nordic minidebconf at FSCONS 13-15 November 2009
To: debian-project@lists.debian.org, discuss@fscons.org
Cc: Jeremiah Foster <jeremiah@jeremiahfoster.com>


We are a gang of Debian users and developers who are going to organize a
minidebconf at the FSCONS free society conference in Gothenburg, Sweden. The
conference is held 13-15 November, which also are the dates the minidebconf
will be held.

We do not have a separate venue for the minidebconf. Instead we have Debian
talks submitted to the main FSCONS programme. If there is a big interest in
talking in Gothenburg arrangements can probably be made for it. We are aiming
more for a social event.

Our goal is lay the foundation for something like debian-nordic, which, strange
enough, does not exist today. Yet, there are quite a few DDs, and Debian users,
in the nordic region.

Debian programme so far:

* Maemo something something,
 Jeremiah Foster -- Boheme, Saturday 14 November 11:30-12:00
* Social and democratic aspects of Debian (during Serengeti programme point),
 Per Andersson -- Carmen, Saturday 14 November 13:15-14:00
* Perl6: The last programming language
 Jeremiah Foster -- Boheme, Sunday 15 November 14:00-14:30

* Packaging for Debian,
 Per Andersson -- Don Juan, Saturday 14 November 16:15-17:00
* Using Git for Debian packaging,
 Per Andersson -- Don Juan, Sunday 15 November 13:00-13:45

* Debian keysigning party, debian-nordic discussion/socialising
 (together with FSCONS social event and GNU Hackers Meeting)
 -- Gothenburg Concert Hall, Friday 13 November 18:00-23:37

Local contacts:
* Jeremiah Foster, +46 (0)730 93 05 06, jeremiah at gnutiken dot se,
jabber: splunge@jabber.org
* Per Andersson (avtobiff), +46 (0)733 66 74 45, avtobiff at gmail dot com

More info at
* http://wiki.debian.org/DebianNordic/MiniDebconf2009
* http://fscons.org/

See you there,

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