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Bi-Continental ownCloud Meetups

Stay tuned for more meetups!

By ownCloud GmbH

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Close to 50 people stopped by ownCloud in Munich and Lexington, Ma. yesterday to find out what all the fuss is about. Standing room-only crowds listened to Matt and me give an ownCloud history and overview and then most stayed around to learn how to write ownCloud apps.

In Munich, we had a community meeting on the same day! Lots of interested people came by as Jan gave an intro into the many ways to contribute to ownCloud. And so can you! http://owncloud.org/contribute/

Thank you all so much (especially Maureen Gilreath in Massachusetts and WERK1 in Munich for giving us the co-working space), for taking interest in ownCloud.

Stay tuned for more meetups!

ownCloud GmbH

March 20, 2014

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