APL-Germany

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APL-Germany e.V. is a non-profit association with the aim to promote APL by offering a framework contact between with APLers, including those who actively participate in the dissemination of the APL language. The group organizes lectures and discussions within this framework, and also arranges semi-annual general meetings. It also produces a publication called APL-Journal, usually twice a year.

Membership is not required for participation in APL-Germany events, including the general meetings.

APL-Germany helped to organize the 2000 and 2010 APL conferences in Berlin.

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