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openSUSE Conference: Social Events

September 9th, 2009 by

The openSUSE Conference isn’t just an opportunity to work together — it’s also an opportunity to play together. During the conference, we’ll have several activities for attendees to get together and have a lot of fun!

Conference Social Event

joes tavern
Work Hard, Play Harder! – That will be the motto for Thursday Night. We’ll convert part of the Novell Office into Joe’s Tavern and everybody from the conference is invited to join us for some ice-cold Stuff and Flaming Joe’s! The party will get going at 7PM. Food, drinks and entertainment will be provided. See the “How to get there” page on, guess what, how to get there. The Office is also on the Conference Map.

When: Thursday the 17th of September, 7 PM
Where: Joe’s Tavern, Maxfeldstrasse 5, 90409 Nürnberg
 
 
 
 

Creative Commons Short Film Nights

kommkinoMovies free to copy and distribute. Movies that can be shared both with friends and with the Internet community. For many that’s hard to believe, but it’s reality. Thanks to Creative Commons, which is established as both an alternative and a complement to the traditional ways of commercial distribution when it comes to media. The Creative Commons night at the KommKino Nuremberg will show that the CC-model is also working for the distribution of short films. Together with the openSUSE Conference the KommKino will show short movies and music videos licensed under Creative Commons-licenses on Friday and Saturday. Everyone who brings an USB-Stick, external harddrive or notebook will be able to take the movies home. The movies start at 9:15 PM, admission is free. The KommKino is very close to the Main Railway Station. See the Conference Map and the “How to get there” page for directions.

When: Friday the 18th of September, 9:15 PM
Saturday the 19th of September, 9:15 PM
Where: KommKino, Königstrasse 93, 90402 Nürnberg

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One Response to “openSUSE Conference: Social Events”

  1. I wonder if the speak bubble is a insult to the visitors or the inviters …