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Re: Announcement: August Penguin Conference on 6-August-2010

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  • Shlomi Fish
    Just a few corrections: ... This is the Ebner building (though it s spelt the same in Hebrew - אבנר ). ... There is no free entry for members of ISOC this
    Message 1 of 2 , Jul 12 11:43 AM
      Just a few corrections:

      On Saturday 10 Jul 2010 12:45:59 Shlomi Fish wrote:
      > In accordance with its annual tradition, the Israeli Free and
      > Open Source Software community will hold the August Penguin conference
      > ( http://august.penguin.org.il/ ) under the auspices of the Hamakor
      > non-profit organisation ( http://www.hamakor.org.il/ ).
      > This year the conference will take place on Friday, 6 August 2010,
      > starting at 08:30 in the morning, in the Avner building of the

      This is the Ebner building (though it's spelt the same in Hebrew - "אבנר").

      > Weizmann Institute in Rehovoth, Israel. Entrance to the conference costs
      > 50 New Israeli Sheqels (ILS), while members and friends of
      > Hamakor and the Israeli Internet Society (ISOC) are not required to pay.

      There is no free entry for members of ISOC this year. Hamakor friends and
      members still get a free entry.


      Shlomi Fish

      > (Note that youth under the age of 18, soldiers, and students can opt
      > to join Hamakor as friends or members for the entrance fee.)
      > So what is going to take place in the conference?
      > * http://august.penguin.org.il/schedule - talks.
      > * Giving the "Hamakor Prize".
      > * http://www.bookcrossing.com/ - Book Crossing stands.
      > * http://august.penguin.org.il/keysign - a key-signing party.
      > * Photo shoot-out.
      > * Nice atmosphere and friendly geeks.
      > ---
      > Everyone is welcome to come to the conference. Please make the payments
      > on the Internet before the event.

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