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Projects on the Move: Gramps and Puppet

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The Gramps genealogy program takes Linux fans on a tour of their family trees and helps evaluate data connected to ancestors. Puppet helps administrators automate regularly occurring tasks.

Where are my roots? Who were my ancestors, and where did they live? These and other questions are what genealogy researchers try to answer.

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