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We're working on making 2022 our best yet! We need your help to make that happen. Check out our kickoff post and see how you can help! We can't wait to hear from you. seagl.org/news/2022/04/20/seag

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Tues is @SeaGL 's next all hands meeting, let me know if you'd like to help put on a nice, community run free software conference in Nov

Mtg is 18:00 Pacific (UTC-7)

2022 is our 10th year. We'd like to celebrate a decade with some new volunteers (remote OK, I'm remote as well)

Specifically, we could use help with our partnerships committee, which leads our fundraising efforts and works with our partner FLOSS organizations

seagl.org/get_involved.html

#FLOSSconf #FLOSSevent #FLOX #Seattle #SeaGL

Time is running out to nominate a keynote speaker for ! Let us know who you want to see (maybe it's you)

seagl.org/news/2022/04/15/keyn

Help us make this year's program the best yet. Submit your nomination for keynote speakers through April 28! seagl.org/news/2022/04/15/keyn

We're working on making 2022 our best yet! We need your help to make that happen. Check out our kickoff post and see how you can help! We can't wait to hear from you. seagl.org/news/2022/04/20/seag

Did you miss Stephen Michel presenting "Technically Biased: Taking Free Software's Niche Appeal Mainstream"? You can watch any time at seagl.org/archive/2021/technic

Did you miss Richard Littauer presenting "Birds by Starlight: Tracking Nocturnal Flight Calls Using Open Source Software"? You and your valentine can watch any time at seagl.org/archive/2021/birds-b

Did you miss Dmitry Dolgov presenting "Sounds of Open Source archaeology: processing sound with sox"? You can dig into it any time at seagl.org/archive/2021/sounds-

Did you miss Vagrant Cascadian presenting "Debugging Reproducible Builds One Day at a Time"? You can watch it one day (or many!) at seagl.org/archive/2021/debuggi

Did you miss Thierry Bultel presenting "Cross debugging on Linux : A history, current state of the art and coming improvements"? Don't be cross! You can watch it any time at seagl.org/archive/2021/cross-d

Did you miss Josh Berkus presenting "Open Source Governance: Six Types and Three Models"? You can watch any time at seagl.org/archive/2021/open-so

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