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Pictorial Summary of Dutch KDEPIM meeting

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First up is Who's Here. A great snapshot of many of the group including Fabrice Mous, Ellen Reitmayr (if you ever wonder what she looked like), Lutz Rogowski, and Cornelius Schumacher.

Then he takes us to the gardens and the hacker room. Finally we are treated to a whole gallery of snapshots including those lovely gardens, gurus, and even food. Smile

Fab's blog with the live links.

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