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Gentoo UK 2007 Conference

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The Gentoo UK 2007 Conference is going to be held at UCL (University College London), UK on the 14th July. The Gentoo UK conferences are the largest Gentoo-specific conferences that we know about. A wide range of topics will be covered, from clustering to KDE. There will be a social event the night before (Fri 13th July), at the Marylebone Tup, join us there for a drink or two!

Speakers at the event.

Tobias Scherbaum (dertobi123): Building a Community
Marcus Hanwell (cryos): Gentoo Science Project, KDE4
Andrew Cowie (AfC): Paddling Upriver: relations between upstream developers and downstream packagers
Hanni Ali: Clustering
Tavis Ormandy: Gentoo Security

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