Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 1st Dec 2005 18:47 UTC, submitted by Umeet Org Committee
General Unix Umeet Meeting 05 arrived to the sixth edition of the conference. The conference will take place online (IRC, WWW) on December, 9-20. We would like to welcome this time to everybody who wants to join us together with friends we met at previous editions. Registration and attendance is free. Speakers like Aaron Seigo (KDE), Rodrigo Moya (GNOME), Marcus Brinkman (GNU/Hurd), Rik Van Riel (Redhat), Alejandro Sánchez Acosta (GNU), Michael Meeks (OpenOffice), César Lopez Nataren (Mono), and other important hackers will be talking about the free software desktop, security and operating systems.
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by Smartpatrol on Thu 1st Dec 2005 19:41 UTC
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Seems like this is a South American thing based on those that have registered so far.

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RE: Okay
by Anonymous on Thu 1st Dec 2005 20:49 UTC in reply to "Okay"
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What the hell are you talking about?

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RE[2]: Okay
by Anonymous on Fri 2nd Dec 2005 09:47 UTC in reply to "Okay"
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Given that 1/3 are from Spain (you know, that country hanging from France, and far away from South America) it seems like it's more a Spanish thing ;)

Anyway, most talks are in English, so... who cares?

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RE[3]: Okay
by Smartpatrol on Fri 2nd Dec 2005 20:53 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Okay"
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Sorry, its just really easy to forget a country like Spain.

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Spanish
by joelito_pr on Thu 1st Dec 2005 21:04 UTC
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Looks like some topic will be in my native language. Guess I'd better connect to those. And the Gnome and KDE chats on day one seem interesting(hopefully)

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Nice
by Anonymous on Fri 2nd Dec 2005 11:09 UTC
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Hello, I am from Mexico, as far as I know, the Uninet thing is from Burgos University in Spain. So yes, it sees to be mainly a Spanish thing but, you do not need to worry as it seems there will be translators for the spanish talks.

And as somebeody else said there are several talks that are going to be in English. May be interesting anyway. I am already registered =o)

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