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Knock, Knock, Knocking on Chandigarh's Doors
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OSScamp returns to Chandigarh within 6 months for a splendid show on April 10th, 2010, at Chitkara Educational Trust, Chandigarh. Organized by the will and initiative of two 14 year old school kids, OSScamp Chandigarh has also received a good response from the tech community in Chandigarh and promises to be a grand FOSS event in the city. OSScamps are India's premier FOSS Unconference - an informal/casual event where the emphasis is put on participative and collaborative knowledge sharing over the traditional one-way sharing model. Tweetups are meetups of local twitter users, who come together to network with each other and discuss the world around them. The event schedule is as follows:

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Knock, Knock, Knocking on Chandigarh's Doors
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OSScamp returns to Chandigarh within 6 months for a splendid show on April 10th, 2010, at Chitkara Educational Trust, Chandigarh. Organized by the will and initiative of two 14 year old school kids, OSScamp Chandigarh has also received a good response from the tech community in Chandigarh and promises to be a grand FOSS event in the city. OSScamps are India's premier FOSS Unconference - an informal/casual event where the emphasis is put on participative and collaborative knowledge sharing over the traditional one-way sharing model. Tweetups are meetups of local twitter users, who come together to network with each other and discuss the world around them. The event schedule is as follows:

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