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Be part of the LSM 2012!

As a quintessential non-profit event, the LSM is organised, above all, thanks to the help of enthusiastic volunteers devoted to the recognition of Libre technologies.

Supported by local stakeholders from the host city, Libre Software associations, administrations, companies and foundations, the LSM mainly works with the help of subsidies.

The LSM 2012 organising team is open to all, regardless of a person’s skills or centres of interest. And there is no shortage of activities, from complete projects which require coordination to simple occasional tasks which may be carried out by all. The help of each and everyone is much appreciated. Thank you!


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