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1st Free Software Trophies international free software competition
By olberger, Section News
Posted on Sat Sep 28th, 2002 at 18:15:35 GMT
The "Free Software Trophies" is an international free software competition open to every free software author.
Servers will be given to the winners, and nominees will also "win" trips to France to take part to the celebration.
Registration is open until February 15th 2003.
Register your project in one of the 6 categories and take this oportunity to be known from the public and to publicise Free Software.

 

APRIL and FSF Europe Chapter France are partners of the competition, and will help selecting only real free software. The competition is open only to software whose licenses are compatible with the GNU GPL.
Unauthorized sources told us that St Ignucius himself might be among the grand jury in may 2003 ;)
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