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Convergence International, the non-Wintel user group, FAQ v2.30
Section - 2. What is Convergence International?

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  Convergence International is a user group for users of all non-Wintel
 computers (see section 4 for a definition of non-Wintel). Convergence
 brings together users of many different alternative and minority
 computers, organises projects, and produces information to increase
 public awareness of these platforms.

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