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GNOME 3 User Day Kicks off Tomorrow

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What are GNOME 3 User Days?

GNOME 3 User Days are a great opportunity for users to find out about GNOME 3 and to talk to members of the GNOME project about the new release. Everyone is welcome to get involved and ask questions about GNOME 3.

When will GNOME 3 User Days be held?

The first GNOME 3 User Day will be held on 15 February 2011 (UTC time), and will take place on the #gnome IRC channel.
You can find out more about connecting to the irc.gnome.org irc channel on the GNOME IRC Channels page.

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