Contributed by merdely on from the nacho-libre dept.
Serge Basterot lets us know:
The 9th Libre Software Meeting [website currently points to last year's event] will take place in Mont-de-Marsan, France, from July 1st to 5th. It has become one of the most significant events about Free Software in France, gathering developers, entrepreneurs, hackers, teachers, professors, etc. from different countries and continents.The organizers ask now for submission of papers. Send an email to one of the following addresses: nicolas at ldd.fr or redfox at redfoxcenter.org, with the subject and few lines about the talk and/or workshop you want to run. It must be in French or English.
In past years, there is always a booth run by Wim and his usual slaves but there haven't been many talks about OpenBSD and its tools (OpenBGPd, OpenNTPd, relayd, Pf, W^X etc.). So you know what to do... :)
The website for this year's event is still under construction, but the organizers hope to get OpenBSD-related submissions while they work on the site.
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