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openSUSE Conference is Over!

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The openSUSE Conference is well over now and most people must have recovered by now. The Greeks, having a very active openSUSE community, were first to organize an openSUSE Conference outside of the safe SUSE Towns Nuremberg and Prague! With only a little practical help from SUSE, they brought together almost 300 people in Thessaloniki. A stellar job in every way!

Well planned and executed

The team really did a great job planning and executing everything. On the Monday before the event, most work was done already and there was even time to do extra things like the daily Geeko Gazette! You wouldn’t have known that the team was still finalizing the venue arrangements due to a last minute change just a few weeks ago… It was helpful, of course, that the venue was at our disposal already on that Monday. Having 4 days to set up equipment, tables and decoration made it easy to go that extra mile.

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