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Hi all,

On behalf of Ross Gardler at Apache and OSSwatch, I'm inviting everyone who
can make it to a BarCamp.

What happens there is defined by the people who attend. The schedule is not
defined until the day itself, so this is a great opportunity for a neutral
space to explore whatever comes to mind. There are specific people attending
interested in promoting cooperation between LibO and Apache OOo (I'm one of
them but not yet on the attendee list last time I checked). Having said that
you can see from the interests listed there that there is scope for a lot of
FOSS cross-pollination so to speak.

The only reason "Apache" is in the title is because the ASF underwrite the
fixed costs so no need to feel it will be dominated by Apache issues. If
anyone can make it I look forward to meeting you!


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