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Date: Sat, 09 Oct 1999 15:12:14 +0200
From: Fred Mobach <fred@mobach.nl>
To: lwn@lwn.net
Subject: Dutch Unix User Group meeting concentrates on Linux and Open Source 


On November 4, 1999 the Dutch User Unix Group NLUUG gathers in Ede for
their second meeting this year. The title of the conference is "Linux
and Open Source for professional use" and the subtitle "Is the pengu´n
already mature ?". At http://www.nluug.nl/events/nj99/index.html you can
find all information (in Dutch).

The lectures to be held, some in English and others in Dutch, are :

   Open Source, an overnight success in just 25 years, Jordan K. Hubbard

   Colin Tenwick

   Postfix, Edwin Kremer
   Perl en Tk, Mark Overmeer

   Another swine for Perl, Tj. Romke Bontekoe
   Linux in the professional environment, Rolf Haberrecker
   Linux en het porten van complexe software, Wim ten Have
   The Linux Scalability Project, Peter Honeyman
   Linux Inside - Application in embedded systems, Joep Jansen
   Linux als volwaardig operating system voor OLTP, H. de Jong
   Systeem Activiteit Registratie, Gerlof Langeveld
   HAL, High Availability op Linux, Klaas van der Lugt
   Firewalling met Free Software, Fred Mobach
   De LPI Certificatie voor Linux systeembeheer, Tom Peters
   Zope, Martijn Pieters
   Waar gaat de pingu´n heen?, Geert Rolf
   Linux for fast prototyping, a consumer device, Ronald Tol
   De (Free)BSD Daemon is zeker al volwassen, Willem Jan Withagen


Fred Mobach