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Three Gentoo events coming up

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The Gentoo Linux team has announced calls for papers for two upcoming events -- the Gentoo UK Conference, in London; and FrOSCon, in Bonn. A Freescale Gentoo Seminar at the Embedded Systems Conference in San Jose, Calif. is also coming up.

A group of UK-based Gentoo developers and users has started initial planning for the 2006 Gentoo UK users-and-developers conference, based upon the success of the 2004 and 2005 events, the Gentoo team said on its website. This year's event will be hosted in London, and the provisional dates are June 10th and 11th.

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