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Fwd: [LCA2011-Chat] Girl Geek Dinner - Monday night

From: user 3.
Sent on: Thursday, December 30, 2010 9:08 PM
Hi Barcampess' (I know there are some here!!!)

Any Brisbane based girl devs might be interested in Linux Conf next
month in Brisbane. There's a fair bit of stuff on for Girl Geeks -
including this Dinner and also the Haecksen mini-conf.



---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Lana Brindley <[address removed]>
Date: Thu, Dec 30, 2010 at 8:08 PM
Subject: [LCA2011-Chat] Girl Geek Dinner - Monday night
To: LCA2011 Delegates Chat <[address removed]>

It has become traditional to hold a Girl Geek Dinner during the week
of LCA to allow the visiting girl geeks to meet up with the local
crowd, even when the locals might not be attending the conference.
This fosters a greater sense of community amongst women in tech across
the country and the world, and further supports the central tenet of
Girl Geek Dinners.

The dinner is fully sponsored by Red Hat, and will be held at the Red
Hat offices at North Quay. Come along to meet some new faces!

The usual GGD rules apply, so boy geeks are more than welcome to come,
but must have a girl geek escort.

Spots are filling up very fast, and we must cap this event at 50
attendees. Full details and RSVP here:


Lana Brindley
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