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5th International Free Software Forum call for papers
By scompall, Section GNU-Friends
Posted on Mon Feb 9th, 2004 at 10:09:32 GMT
The 5th International Free Software Forum, to be held in Porto Alegre, Brazil, from the 2nd to 5th June, is looking for speakers. Details from softwarelivre.org.

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GIMP Project looking for beta testers for 2.0 release
By scompall, Section GNU-Friends
Posted on Sat Feb 7th, 2004 at 13:29:37 GMT
The GNU Image Manipulation Program (G.I.M.P) Project is looking for beta-testers for its upcoming major 2.0 release. For details visit GIMP.org.

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Public GNU/Hurd machine available to Hurd and Debian developers
By scompall, Section GNU-Friends
Posted on Wed Jan 28th, 2004 at 10:50:00 GMT
Gürkan Sengün has made available a publicly-accessible Debian GNU/Hurd system for Hurd and Debian developers who need to test their packages. More information is available in his posting to the debian-hurd mailing list.

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AGNULA to develop free music database
By brian, Section GNU-Friends
Posted on Thu Jan 1st, 2004 at 19:53:49 GMT
The GNU/Linux Audio distribution Project (AGNULA) has announced that it plans to allocate a part of its resources to develop and host a publicly accessible database of Libre Music. The AGNULA project is funded by the Information Society Technologies (IST) program of the EU. More details from AGNULA.org.

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Free/Libre & Open Source Software In Education [FLOSSIE] Conference
By alex, Section GNU-Friends
Posted on Tue Dec 9th, 2003 at 06:42:04 GMT
FLOSSIE is a joint conference, being organised by the Assocation For Free Software (AFFS), SchoolForge UK and The Learning Machine, taking place at the London Institute of Education on the 18th February 2004. It will focus on the practical aspects of using free software in an educational environment.

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Monday February 9th
5th International Free Software Forum call for papers

Saturday February 7th
GIMP Project looking for beta testers for 2.0 release

Wednesday January 28th
Public GNU/Hurd machine available to Hurd and Debian developers

Thursday January 1st
AGNULA to develop free music database

Tuesday December 9th
Free/Libre & Open Source Software In Education [FLOSSIE] Conference

Sunday September 28th
World Summit of The Information Society

Saturday July 19th
Free Software licensing and the GNU GPL seminar

Saturday June 28th
Licensing issues with Xfree86's fork

Friday June 20th
GNU/FreeBSD progress

Tuesday May 20th
Fourth Annual GUADEC in Dublin, Ireland.

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