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Linux Foundation Newsletter, February 2009

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| In this month's Linux Foundation newsletter:
|     * Collaboration Summit Agenda Announced
|     * LinuxCon Call for Papers
|     * New Style Connects Foundation Web Sites
|     * "We're Linux" Video Contest Still Going Strong
|     * Linux Foundation in the News
|     * From The Director


Who’s Speaking at this year’s CollabSummit?

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| The Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit is the only conference designed to 
| enhance collaboration between the Linux community, industry, end users and 
| ISVs. Instead of the silo-ed developer conferences or trade shows that fill 
| up the year’s calendar, we gather leaders from each of these communities 
| together to share knowledge, decide the course of action and accelerate the 
| Linux platform.     


Linux is a Kernel

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| This article will discuss the differences between the Linux and Windows 
| operating softwares; we discuss some of the pros and cons of each system.  



"We're Linux" - Linux Foundation video contest

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| The Linux Foundation has formally announced the kick off for its "We're
| Linux" video contest, which will be comprised of user-generated video entries
| to promote and "elevate the strengths of Linux." The Linux Foundation is
| hoping that this campaign will help to demonstrate what Linux means to its
| users and that it will inspire others to try it.


Open Season for Linux Contests

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| The four contests all involve creativity, judges, and significant prizes
| including a trip to France for one, and a trip to Japan for another.  So,
| whether you look at these contests as a chance to show off your video skills,
| go after real prize money, or just a fun way to participate in the big,
| online discussion that is Linux, there’s room for all.

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