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Item posted by John Darrington <jmd> on Sun 11 Dec 2016 10:08:49 AM UTC.

Registration for the GNU Hackers Meeting 2017 is now open.

The GNU Hackers Meeting is an event spanning 3 days and is open to everyone interested in the GNU operating system.

In 2017, it takes place in the Knüllwald region of Germany.  This year it is a "residential" event---meaning that your registration includes food and accommodation.  Places are limited so early registration is advised.

More information can be found at

About the GNU Hackers Meeting:
The GNU Hackers Meeting is an annual, semi-formal gathering of programmers, advocates, users and everyone interested in GNU. The program comprises informal talks, seminars, workshops and discussion sessions.  Social interaction is also a purpose of the event.  Previous meetings have been held in Rennes, Paris, Bristol and Düsseldorf.

About GNU:
GNU was launched in 1983, as an operating system which would be put together by people working together for the freedom of all software users to control their computing.

The primary and continuing goal of GNU is to offer a Unix-compatible system that would be 100% free software.   The name of the system, GNU, is a recursive acronym meaning "GNU's Not Unix". Technically, GNU is similar to Unix. But unlike Unix, GNU gives its users freedom.


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