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Hi all,

The registration for the LibreOffice Conference in Bern is open and will
end mid-July. Registering will greatly help our organization team to get
an idea of how many of you guys are going to attend the conference.

*If you need a visa*, you can contact Ronny Standtke for any help, you
will find all the detailed information on this page

If you want to attend the conference, we ask you to register within the
deadline at

If you check here the need for a visa, Ronny will contact you back to
help you.

In case you do not want to attend the conference yet, I’d like to
advertise a bit more. :) Our program committee is investing lots of time
to make this conference an unforgettable, noteworthy event, and we are
proud to give a program with a vivid mixture of development, community,
marketing, infrastructure and many other working areas of the
LibreOffice project. The program will be provided asap on the Conference

Last but not least, this is your chance to meet the faces behind the
LibreOffice community: developers, marketeers, admins, localizers,
documentation writers, designers and many, many more. We’ll all have a
great time in Bern, and want you to be a part of it!

If you have any question or problem regarding registration, don't
hesitate to send a mail to

Looking forward to meeting you in Bern!
Kind regards

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