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+The <a href="http://tel.foss.org.il/">Tel Aviv Open Source Club</a>
+ talk "Version Control Systems - What, Why and How"</a> by
+Yaron Meiry (Sawyer) on Wednesday, 21-April-2010, at 19:00 in
+<a href="http://www.shenkar.ac.il/">Shenkar College in Ramat Gan (12 Ann
+ Frank St.)</a> room 300 (<b>note</b> the change of time and place from the
+previous meetings - we are now meeting in Shenkar college and on 19:00.).
+ map with directions on the Shenkar college's site</a>.
+Further details, maps for arrival, etc. can be found
+<a href="http://wiki.osdc.org.il/index.php/Tel_Aviv_Meeting_on_21_April_2010">on the Wiki</a>.
+Attendance is free, it is not necessary to RSVP and everyone are welcome.
+With any other problems, feel free to <a href="http://www.shlomifish.org/me/contact-me/">contact the organiser</a>.
+ control systems</a> allow us to keep track of an unlimited amount of
+changes across any number of files. They are an essential tool for any
+Using version control systems can help you restore lost data, examine
+the differences between between multiple versions of your data, tag versions
+and access them quickly, simplify cooperation with your peers, easily merge
+changes, and maintain several branches of your data at once.
+This presentation will explain what version control systems are, why you should
+use them (even if you think you shouldn't) and how you should use them. Most
+examples will be given using the
+<a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Git_%28software%29">open-source version
+ control system Git</a>.
+<p><b>About the Lecturer</b></p>
+Yaron Meiry is a systems' administrator and a Perl developer. He gives talks
+about open source, free software, security and programming standards. Yaron
+has previously given the
+ about red flags in programming of very high languages</a> in
+the Tel Aviv Club and a presentation about
+<a href="http://moose.perl.org/">Moose, the modern Perl 5 Object System</a>
+to TelFOSS and several other clubs.
+We are always looking for people who will volunteer to give presentations on
+various topics that are related to open source code and to computers. In case
+you are interested to give a talk, or that you have a suggestion for a talk
+that interests you, we'll be happy to hear from you.