GHM — GNU Hackers' Meetings

We have the pleasure to invite you to submit your proposals for talks and presentations for this year's GNU Hackers' Meeting!

The annual GNU Hackers meeting is a semi-formal meeting 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.

We welcome contributors and attendees from all backgrounds and with all levels of technical expertise. We particularly welcome those from under-represented backgrounds.

Presentations can cover a wide range of subjects, both technical and social, related to the GNU project or to the Free Software movement as a whole.

If you are interested in submitting a presentation, or in registering, please visit the registration page. You can also submit a proposal if you have already registered by updating your registration.

If you want to know more about the event in general, check out the GHM page. On that page, you will also find information about the venue, and the code of conduct that governs the event.

If you have any questions about the event, or want to check in regarding a presentation you might be interested in giving, feel free to contact me at


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