Richard Stallman in Bangkok.

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Richard Stallman in Bangkok.

Richard M Stallman (RMS) will be giving the speech "Why School Should Use Open Source Software" at KIS International School, Huay-kwang Bangkok on 30th October 2009 at 19.30

Anybody who would like to come and hear his speech should go to

FLossEd BK | Free & Open Source Solutions for Education -- KIS, Bangkok Oct 31-Nov 1, 2009

or call this Bangkok number

66 (0) 2 980 9464
for more detail and registration
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