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KFX User Group Meeting, January 14th 2014

Welcome to the first KFX User Group Meeting in 2014!

The meeting will be held at ComputIT's premises in Trondheim on January 14th (09.00-16.00).

We are now about to release a new KFX version and this will be presented at the meeting.
As usual half the User Group Meeting is reserved for presentations given by KFX users, and you are encouraged to contribute with a presentation.  This is important for the KFX development and it is also very stimulating to learn about the various user experiences. 
And the traditional KFX dinner will take place in the evening on the 14th!
In order to prepare the meeting and the final agenda, we need some information.
Please inform Anette (anette.mjoen(at)computit.no) as soon as possible about:
  • who will attend the User Group Meeting
  • who intend to give a presentation
  • who wants us to assist with hotel reservations
  • who will attend the dinner
We are looking very much forward to meet you all again !

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