[Debian-uk] Fwd: Oslo, Norway: Feilfiksingsfest for Debian og Ubuntu / Bug Squashing party for Debian and Ubuntu

Jonathan Wiltshire jmw at debian.org
Wed Mar 23 19:47:37 GMT 2016

Flying BSP visit to Oslo, anyone?

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Oslo, Norway: Feilfiksingsfest for Debian og Ubuntu / Bug 
Squashing party for Debian and Ubuntu
Date: 2016-03-23 10:31
 From: Petter Reinholdtsen <pere at hungry.com>
To: debian-devel-announce at lists.debian.org, 
debian-edu-announce at lists.debian.org

Invitation in English
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Would you like to contribute to free software such as Debian, Skolelinux
and Ubuntu with error correction or translation? Join the bug squashing
party and you might remove a bug from your favourite programs for good?

It will be a workshop to learn more on contributing to Debian and Ubuntu
the second weekend in April. This happens in a cooperation between NUUG,
the Skolelinux project, the public TV station Frikanalen and the
Parliament watch group Holder de ord.

Bring your laptop with Debian or Ubuntu installed and join us at
Teknologihuset in Oslo, Pilestredet 56. We are starting 11 o'clock both
April 9th and 10th.  There is no special knowledge required for joining
the party. You should bring courage and positive attitude to get most
out of the days :)

There is room for 100 people at the site, and it is nice if you report
your intention to join to allow us to keep track of the number of
participants. More information and the list of participants (please put
your name in the list or send us an email if you do not want to create a
wiki account) is available from a wiki page at Debian[1]. There is no
fee to join and it is open for everyone, independent of NUUG membership.
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Happy hacking
Petter Reinholdtsen

1: https://wiki.debian.org/BSP/2016/04/09/no/Oslo

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