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[News] Open World Forum to Cover Free Software, Atlanta Linuxfest Aligns with SFD

  • Subject: [News] Open World Forum to Cover Free Software, Atlanta Linuxfest Aligns with SFD
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 21 Sep 2009 09:07:56 +0100
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Open World Forum Reveals Start-Up Competition Shortlist

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| Open World Forum, the leading global forum for free, libre 
| and open source software Relevant Products/Services (FLOSS) 
| worldwide, today announces the shortlist of 20 innovative 
| open source start-ups who will be invited to present their 
| companies to an expert Jury at the Open Innovation Summit, 
| part of the Open World Forum on October 2nd, 2009. The 
| international Jury will then present an award to the company 
| perceived to be the most innovative and promising.


The Open World Forum Invites Journalists to Summit

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| Open World Forum, the world biggest global forum for free, 
| libre and open source software Relevant Products/Services 
| (FLOSS) today extends an invitation to journalists and 
| analysts covering open source news to register for the 
| second Open World Forum event in Paris on 1 and 2 October 
| 2009.


Atlanta Linuxfest

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| I also got to sit in on a session presented by the eApps 
| technical team on, âHow To Bring Open Source Network 
| Management Tools into Mission Critical Roles in Your 
| Organizationâ I was jazzed to hear that they were using 
| Zenoss Core to monitor over 5000 Virtuozzo containers.



Linux love in Atlanta

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| If you think Ubuntu is a just-discovered African tribe,
| mosey on over to Atlanta Linux Fest on Sept. 19.
| The day-long event at IBMâs Northside Parkway campus is
| part geekfest, part coming out party for Atlantaâs
| growing Linux community.


Preview: Ubuntu Experts At Atlanta Linux Fest

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| Back in 2007, Canonical launched Ubuntu Live â a one-time conference hosted
| in Portland, Ore. Since that time Iâve been looking for another
| Ubuntu-centric conference where I can meet key sources from across the Ubuntu
| ecosystem. Fast forward to September 2009, and I think there might finally be
| a conference that fulfills my Ubuntu educational needs.


The Atlanta Linux Fest


Atlanta Linux Fest 2008

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| On Saturday, September 20th, 2008, the Atlanta Linux Fest will be the place
| to learn, discuss, and discover Linux. There will be demos of various
| distributions, as well as an install fest for new users to try out Live CDs
| and get help with Linux installations.



Atlanta Linux Fest 2008!

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| The Atlanta Linux Fest is the place to come and learn, discuss, and discover
| your next favorite system!
| Atlanta Linux fest will be host to dozens of the top distributions:  Ubuntu,
| Debian, Fedora, OpenSUSE â all on the bleeding edge of innovation.  If you
| are curious about what makes Linux the ultimate operating system, you
| definitely want to attend this event! There will be Live CDs available so you
| can try out the latest releases without installing.


Atlanta Linux Fest 2008

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| The Atlanta Linux Fest 2008 is an opportunity to learn more about the many
| freedoms that Linux OS environments and GNU Open Source Software are
| providing throughout the world. It emphasizes the benefits of using freely
| distributable open source software in education, in government, at home, and
| in business â in short, everywhere! Software Freedom Day sponsors include
| Google, Sun, Canonical [Ubuntu], the Free Software Foundation and many other
| computer industry leaders and innovators.

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