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CF United 2009 - Vote for the tracks you want to see!

From now until Dec 20th, you can vote for which topics you want to see at CF United.  I have two topics submitted for Flex development (google maps/craigslist mashup and google app engine) and one track for open source (TaskCFC). (hint! hint!)
Give it a go, and I look forward to seeing you there!
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