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- Date: Fri, 24 Aug 2007 14:08:37 +0900
- From: Nguyen Vu Hung <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Can anyone spell check/review this anouncement for me? Thanks -------- Software Freedom Day 2007 - Bigger than ever! September 15th is Software Freedom Day, the world’s largest celebration and outreach effort about why transparent and sustainable technologies like Free & Open Source Software are so important. Community groups in more than 80 countries organize local activities and programs on Software Freedom Day to educate the wider public about free software: what it is, how it works and its relationship to development and sustainability. There are already over 290 teams around the world registered; it is truly a planet-wide event. Don’t miss it. “Software Freedom is about creating a digital platform for trust and longevity, particularly in a future where more and more of our lives are dependent upon technology” explains Pia Waugh, President of Software Freedom International, the organisation behind Software Freedom Day. “It is important we can participate in and trust the software.” That’s all about Free and Open source software. Support for this year’s Software Freedom Day event is fantastic with Google, Mindtouch and the Free Software Foundation coming on board as sponsors as well as long term sponsors the Danish Unix User Group and Canonical. The event also has support from The Open CD, OsCommRes <http://www.oscommres.com/> and the International Open Source Network <http://www.iosn.net> “Software Freedom Day is a fantastic event that demonstrates the global reach of open source software.” says Jane Silber, COO of Canonical. “We at Canonical are proud to sponsor the event and encourage everyone in the Ubuntu community, as well as the open source community writ large, to participate in this important global event.” In Vietnam, software freedom day resonates even more strongly, given that massive copyright infringement, computer security problems, and the need to improve the country’s IT skill level makes the choice of Free software an obvious one. This year we are proud to be sponsored by NetNam <http://www.hanoilug.org/dokuwiki/softwarefreedomday:netnam>, Intel, CMS, and our host AUF with its Linux and Free Software Center for development. The number of Free software users in Vietnam and everywhere in the world is growing, don’t be late to the party - join us now! http://www.hanoilug.org/dokuwiki/softwarefreedomday:press2007
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