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[Discuss] GNOME Summit on Sunday

The Boston Summit is a yearly conference at which contributors of the Free and
Open Source GNOME project meet to discuss latest developments and hack
together. It will take place from Saturday, October 6 to Monday, October 8 on
MIT campus. This year, there is a set of newcomer events to introduce people to
GNOME and to contributing to GNOME. Anyone is welcome to attend these events and
the conference, both of which are free.

The events include:

 * Friday, October 5, 6-9pm Try out GNOME 3 and learn how to contribute
 * Sunday, October 7, 10am-12pm Learn how to develop for GNOME in C
 * Sunday, October 7, 3-6pm Fix-your-first-bug mini-hackfest

You can learn more about GNOME at , about the conference at , and about these events at

The event on Friday is co-sponsored by MIT ACM/IEEE Club and is a great event to
attend if you are interested in contributing to Free and Open Source Software,
but are not sure where to start. Add yourself on or e-mail marinaz at to
RSVP for this event.

Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
Boston Linux and Unix
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