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FUDCon India 2011 Coverage From Pune

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Published on 07 November 2011 02:31 PM EST
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora
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Besides the Ubuntu Developer Summit taking place last week in Orlando, happening halfway around the world was FUDCon India 2011. This event in Pune, India was another Fedora conference for users and developers.

This is the event where Jared Smith, the Fedora Project Leader, keynoted and said the biggest enemy is yourself. There aren't many interesting announcements from FUDCon India, but below are a collection of links from various attendees to this conference for those interested.

- FUDCon 2011 Day 3 - Hackfests
- FUDCON 2011 Day 2 - Awesome Talks
- Photo Collection
- Day 3
- Pune 11' Day 1
- India Pune Day 2
- Pune Day 3 Hackfest
- More From Day 2
- Hack And Eat
- Day 0 and 1

Among other posts found on Fedora Planet. There's also details on the event itself at Fucon.in.

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