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[Reminder] Open Document What's In It For You? @ Wed Apr 4 6:30pm - 8pm (1 hr & 30 mins)

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  Title: Open Document What's In It For You?
  Time: Wed Apr 4 6:30pm - 8pm (1 hr & 30 mins) (Eastern Time)
  Where: IBM/Lotus building next to Galleria Mall 1 Rogers St. Cambridge, MA
  Description: Hi all,

I will be presenting along with Tim Vaverchak of the State of Massachusetts at the next BostonPHP meeting April 4th at 6:30PM.  Find out ways to manipulate ODF programmatically.  (And, if you're interested you can even ask questions about the standards process.)  Tim will be exposing some of the business drivers behind government adoption of open formats (and what's in it for you).

Please spread the word, and sign up.

The event is free.  The venue has about a 50-person seating capacity, so register early.  Low-cost parking is available at the Galleria Mall parking garage steps away from the IBM building.

Greg Rundlett
Free Software advocate
Open Standards worker
Manager of Technology Services

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