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Site offer The Register is offering readers the chance to win free tickets to next week's LinuxUser & Developer Conference -The Linux Zone taking place on the 24, 25 and 26 June at Networks for Business at the NEC Birmingham.

The conference boasts an international line-up of some of the foremost Linux and free software gurus. Speakers include Alan Cox, Jon 'maddog' Hall, Tim O'Reilly, Georg Greve, Jim McQuillan, Dr John Pugh MP and many more. Highlights include:

Day 1: An opportunity to quiz industry experts and vendors including IBM in a dynamic panel debate "The Next Step for Linux".

Day 2: Scratching an Itch - What They Don't Tell You About Developing Free Software - Jason Kitcat.

Day 3: Will Free Software Always Be Legal? - Cory Doctorow
Debian - The Universal Operating System
Martin Michlmayr

For more details, and a full conference programme, go to www.linuxuserexpo.com.

We have five free tickets for each day to give away, and all you have to enter the prize draw is send an email to competitions@theregister.co.uk before 5.00pm tomorrow (Friday). Mark the subject of the email "Linux" and please include your full name and the day you'd like to attend. Fifteen lucky winners will be picked from the hat at random and informed by email. The tickets can be collected at the door.

Rules

  • Deadline for entries is 5.00pm GMT tomorrow (Friday 19 June).

  • Only one entry per individual. Multiple entries will be binned.

  • Entries must contain the full name of the entrant and the day on which they would like to attend the conference.

  • Winners must collect their tickets in person at the door on the specified day.

  • To prevent fraudulent ticket claims, The Register will not publish the winners of this competition.

  • All unsuccessful entries will be deleted after the prize draw and details will neither be stored nor passed on to any third party. Readers' attention is directed to our Privacy Policy.

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