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The 8th GNU Hackers' Meeting takes place in Munich, Germany from 15–17 August 2014. It spans three days, and comprises talks about new GNU programs, status of the GNU system and news from the free software community.

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GNU Barcode

GNU Barcode is a tool to convert text strings to printed bars. It supports a variety of standard codes to represent the textual strings and creates postscript output.

Main features of GNU Barcode:

Downloading Barcode

Barcode can be found here or in the subdirectory /gnu/barcode/ on your favorite GNU mirror. For other ways to obtain Barcode, please read How to get GNU Software

Mailing lists

General discussion of this project take place on the mailing list bug-barcode@gnu.org (it's not just for bug reports, despite the name). Feel free to subscribe or browse the archives.

To subscribe to the GNU Barcode mailing list, either use the mailman web interface or send empty email with a Subject: header line of just subscribe to bug-barcode-request@gnu.org.

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