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Meet with the GNOME Developer Community on October 12 in Montreal!

The 13th annual summit of developers and contributors of the GNOME desktop environment and graphical user interface for GNU/Linux will be held on Canadian Thanksgiving weekend in Montreal. Host sponsor Savoir-faire Linux is delighted that CRIM agreed to host this important community event.

The “Boston” Montréal GNOME Summit 2013 is a three-day hackfest for a small group of GNOME developers and contributors that will work together on getting things done. For local developers familiar with GNOME code and seriously wishing to get involved, this is a great opportunity to meet with this community.

Savoir-faire Linux, together with the FQCIL, is pleased to invite representatives of the Free Software industries and communities to a networking cocktail offered at its Montreal headquarters on Saturday October 12, starting at 06:00 PM.

RSVP – Please register online before October 11 at 04:00 PM:

RSVP on Eventbrite

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