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OPEN LINUX LECTURES IN RUSSIA

OPEN RAPID PROTOTYPING MACHINES

NORWEGIAN CITIZEN PORTAL TO BECOME OPEN SOURCE

NO LINUX-KONGRESS THIS YEAR

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