Group: GNU Generation
Calling all pre-university students!
GNU Generation is an ongoing community and competition to involve pre-university and high school students (approximately age 13-18) in Free Software. Once registered, students work on a project. Each year, participants will be evaluated based on their contribution to Free Software. All active contributors will receive a complementary membership to the FSF, and the top contributors will win a GNU/Linux netbook! See the Frequently Asked Questions for more information.
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- Offer to the 3 first winners courses at the Free Technology Academy Aurélien Freedom is not just a word, it's a duty! 14:55, 13 February 2012 (EST)
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