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On Mon, Oct 25, 2010 at 9:39 AM, timofonic timofonic
<> wrote:

I'm not sure what one of the two mailing lists suits best, so I reply
in both because it may have different topis on each thread.

Oracle's OpenOffice (oOO) is going to participate in the Libre
Software World Conference (LSWC).

LSWC is the spiritual sucessor of the Open Source World Conference
(OSWC), that got canceled 20 days before celebration due to supossed
economical issues. LSWC replaces this event and will be celebated at
27 October in Malaga (Andalucia, Spain, Europe).

I would like to inform you about this and if there are any plans in
respect to it. Maybe a group of volunteers can come in with some The
Document Foundation's LibreOffice T-shirts (you can send me the logo
in vectorized version, PDF and such is preferred), for example ;)

Sorry for saying it too late, but I checked the program today

I was invited to the OSWC to give an official presentation about The
Document Foundation.

Unfortunately, I had to change my plans and now it's impossible for me
to attend the LSWC. I will be happy to attend the conference next year
if we can know the dates a few months in advance.

Thanks Microsoft and friends for ruining my trip :(

Jesús Corrius <>
Document Foundation founding member
Skype: jcorrius | Twitter: @jcorrius

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