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Miscellaneous News   Miscellaneous News : FOSDEM 2007 - Report
   posted by ironfist on 3-Mar-2007 23:16:54 (1299 reads)
Last weekend me and dholm from Pegasos.org attended the FOSDEM conference in Brussels. FOSDEM stands for Free Open Source Developers European Meeting and the schedule was absolutely smacked. 202 different activities were available over just two days. One Laptop Per Child and the OpenMoko smartphone project among many others were presented.

I wrote an article about the event: here.
    

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