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GNU get-together at FSCONS 2010

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An informal meet up of GNU contributors attending FSCONS 2010 in Gothenburg, Sweden, Friday 5 - Sunday 7 November.

Dinner on Friday 5

Dinner was "Gyllene Prag" at 20.00, near the Slottsskogens Youth Hostel.

Who was there

Pictures

Henrik Sandklef, José Marchesi // Michael Fötsch, Ralf Wildenhues

Henrik Sandklef, Ralf Wildenhues, Simon Josefsson

Giuseppe Scrivano

Further information

FSCONS was the venue for the GNU Hackers meeting in 2009 so we have already tested it out -- it's a good conference and Gothenburg is also home to the GNUtiken Hackspace where we met up last year.

Questions? Ask on the ghm-discuss@gnu.org mailing list at http://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/ghm-discuss

Follow the GHM news feed for updates.

Transport

Let this picture guide you from Lindholmen: http://www.flickr.com/photos/43304196@N06/4055451049/

FSCONS Registration information

You as a GNU hacker can register on the FSCONS web site with the Coupon code "GNUS" and get 20% discount.

1. Go to http://fscons.org/shop/fscons-registration
Registration type: Standard Social event Friday: Yes Social event Saturday: Yes
2. Click Add to cart
3. Click checkout
4. Enter personal information Make sure to enter "GNUS" as Coupon code under Coupon discount
5. Click Apply to order
6. Chose payment method
7. Click Review order
8. Submit order

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