Second Ubuntu Developer Week announced

The Ubuntu Developer Week is designed to give you an overview of what
’s going on in the Ubuntu Developer world. Speak to the developers, learn, ask questions and finally realise “It’s true, I *can* make a difference by helping out here.”

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