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[News] Upcoming and Current Events and Shows About GNU/Linux

  • Subject: [News] Upcoming and Current Events and Shows About GNU/Linux
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 15 Dec 2009 15:27:13 +0000
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Southern California Linux conference seeks papers

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| The call for papers to the 8th annual So 
| Cal Linux Expo (SCALE 8x) has been extended 
| to Dec. 24. Scheduled to be held at the 
| Westin LAX on Feb. 19-21, the Linux event 
| offers presentations covering topics 
| including KDE4, GPL enforcement, 
| Featherweight Linux, and Moblin.


SCALE 8x Call for Papers Extended


EnterpriseDB and The 451 Group to Host Webinar on Open Source Adoption in the Enterprise


Frugal Tech Show: eReaders Suck, JooJoo, Nexus One, Net Privacy, SPICE and VDI, RedHat Virtualization


Softpedia Linux Weekly, Issue 75

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| The following Linux-based operating systems 
| were announced last week: SimplyMEPIS 8.5 
| Beta 1, Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Alpha 1, Sabayon 
| Linux 5.1 and Elive 1.9.52. In other news: 
| Google releases the Beta version of the 
| amazing Chrome 4.0 web browser for Linux 
| users; Mozilla releases the final version 
| of the improved Thunderbird 3.0 mail and 
| RSS client. This week's video clip shows an 
| amazingly well done commercial of the 
| Sabayon 5 Linux-based operating system. The 
| weekly ends with the latest Linux 
| distributions released and updated last 
| week, and the development releases.



Interview: Behind the Scenes at SCALE 8x's Call For Papers

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| Although the 8th annual Southern California Linux
| Expo (SCALE) isn't until February, 2010, a Call for
| Papers has already been announced. If you've got
| something you want to discuss with the FOSS
| community, head over to the registration page and
| submit your idea for a talk. There are five speaker
| tracks to choose from including two specialized
| tracks -- one for beginners and one for developers.

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