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The Ultimate Emacs Course
by mattl published Mar 27, 2009 last modified Mar 27, 2009 02:01 PM — filed under:
Ourense, Spain. Jose E. Marchesi (GNU Project) will be teaching the class, which will take place at the Assembly hall of the Polytechnic Building, Campus de Ourense. All proceeds will be shared between course expenses (materials and speakers) and donations to the Free Software Foundation and the GNU Project
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Event "The World in Your Library: International Users and International Librarians Enriching the Academic Experience"
by mattl published Mar 04, 2008 last modified Mar 04, 2008 05:56 PM — filed under:
Joshua Gay will be part of a panel discussion titled, "Combating the Digital Divide and Information Limits around the Globe: Free and Open Source Initiatives. The panel is part of the conference: "The World in Your Library: International Users and International Librarians Enriching the Academic Experience," hosted by the Library Association of the City University of New York (LACUNY).
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Event La Esfera de la Red: Libertad de Conocimiento y Gestion del Commonfare
by mattl published Feb 25, 2008 last modified Apr 05, 2008 05:15 AM — filed under:
Direccion: C/Sant Gaieta n. 73 - 08221 Terrassa, Barcelona, Espana ( Introduce: Aleix Quintana. Ponents: Richard Stallman y Francisco Sierra Caballero.
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Event HTML Seminar: The GPL and Legal Aspects of Free Software Development
by mattl published Aug 11, 2005 last modified Aug 12, 2005 05:55 PM — filed under:
The Free Software Foundation is offering a seminar on the GPL and Legal Aspects of Free Software Development, at Columbia University Law School in New York City, NY, featuring Eben Moglen, Daniel Ravicher, and David Turner. The seminar will last one full day, including breakfast and lunch. Full details will be posted over the course of the next few days. E-mail if you are interested in receiving the updates by e-mail as they are posted. The cost is $500 for registrations on or before August 31, or $600 after that.
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