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Miguel de Icaza in New York 3/16 for UN Open Source Panel



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March 15, 2006 9:57 am

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Miguel de Icaza, Novell’s VP for developer technologies, co-founder of Ximian and founder of the Mono project, will be participating in a UN panel tomorrow in New York on how open source can help governments in the developing world improve government services. “eGovernance and Free Software: How They are Changing Developing Countries” will also focus on the potential for open source development to help promote economic development.The event is open to the public and press, and you can sign up here. Miguel always has an interesting angle on things, so I’d encourage you to drop in if you’re in New York.

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