GHM — GNU Hackers' Meetings

About the GNU Hacker Meetings

The GNU hacker meeting is an annual event where developments in the GNU operating system are discussed and ideas exchanged. Unlike some larger events it has a friendly and welcoming atmosphere, and aims to make all participants feel at home.

The meeting is a semi-formal meeting usually spanning three days and is open to all people interested in the GNU operating system. Typically, the format includes talks, seminars and discussions, as well as a chance for social interaction with maintainers, users and developers of GNU software.

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