whilst this is in London, and seems to be London-centric,
it may still of interest to some people ....
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Date: Fri, 10 Sep 2004 16:46:40 +0100
Subject: Voluntary Sector Open Source Event
From: UKUUG Administration <office at ukuug.demon.co.uk>
Voluntary Sector Open Source Event
An event is taking place on Wednesday 15 September in London examining
the potential that Open Source solutions and methodologies have for the
Voluntary and Community Sector. It aims to bring together organisations
who may have heard of Open Source, but have no direct experience of it,
and those keen to support its implementation.
The programme will be split between timetabled, themed sessions, giving
details of projects already using Open Source, and free time for
discussion and hands-on demonstrations of Open Source systems.
The venue is City Temple Conference Centre, 9:30 am - 5 pm. Attendance
is £5 for individuals and £25 for those representing their organisation.
For full details, see http://www.lasa.org.uk/it/penguin
The event has been organised by a group of volunteers all working in the
London Voluntary and Community Sector, and is supported by London Advice
Services Alliance (LASA) and by ICT consultancies Jamkit, JADe Group and
Xdevelopment. LASA is also holding a conference on 13-14 September
regarding the Circuit Rider model of ICT support for voluntary
organisations - see http://www.lasa.org.uk/crconference.
PO Box 37
Herts SG9 9UQ
Tel: 01763 273475
Fax: 01763 273255
office at ukuug.org
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