Libre Graphics Meeting 2010: Talks wanted
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The Libre Graphics Meeting 2010 will be held May 27-30 in Brussels:
LGM 2010 gives software developers, artists, designers and other graphics professionals the opportunity to collaborate and learn from each other. LGM emphasizes the sharing of collective creativity, innovation and ideas and is free for everyone to attend.
To submit a talk, visit: http://create.freedesktop.org/wiki/Conference_2010/Submit_Talk
Talks can range from 5-minutes long to 30 minutes. Check out these links for samples of previous talks:
Event organizers are raising money to help cover travel expenses for volunteer developers and presenters. If you'd like to donate to this great cause, visit: http://pledgie.com/campaigns/8926
If you are interested in speaking at LGM 2010 but need help with travel expenses, contact the event organizers.
(Thanks to Femke Snelting for submitting this news!)comments powered by Disqus
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