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[News] Many New Events Focus on Free Software and GNU/Linux

  • Subject: [News] Many New Events Focus on Free Software and GNU/Linux
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 04 Feb 2010 10:24:25 +0000
  • Followup-to: comp.os.linux.advocacy
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People, Personalities, and Planners: Who's behind your FOSS events? 

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| One way of getting involved in the Ubuntu 
| Community is by attending events. Most of the 
| events throughout 2010 will have some element 
| of the Ubuntu Community involved in them. 
| There will be Ubuntu Community members 
| speaking at main events or specialty events 
| such as Women in Open Source, and/or Ubucon's, 
| some will be planners, others will be staffing 
| an Ubuntu LoCo Booth, and others will be 
| lending their support by attending these 
| events. Let's face it, without people 
| attending there would really be no need for 
| the the event now would there? Attending an 
| event is contributing as well - don't forget 
| that! I can't help but think of people who 
| say, "If I had never gone to <insert Open 
| Source Event> I would not be doing what I am 
| doing today!" It's an important step and one 
| never knows where those steps will lead to.


Open Source Bridge Dates Announced

,----[ Quote ]
| Portland seems to be where all the cool kids 
| are gathering to meet and discuss opens source 
| this summer. O'Reilly Open Source Convention 
| (OSCON) is , and the organizers behind Open 
| Source Bridge 2010 announced their conference 
| will take place in Portland, June 1-4, 2010.


Squiz Breakfast Seminar: Open Source CMS Solutions for Higher Education


Free session sources ideas 

,----[ Quote ]
| Noting that the industry has been lacking an 
| event dedicated to open source development, 
| Obsidian MD Muggie van Staden, says: âLinux 
| user groups have been around for ages and the 
| Linux Professional Associated died down years 
| ago. We needed something more fun that 
| combined technical and business discussion.



he Ohio LinuxFest is excited to announce the 2010 keynote speakers:

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| Stormy Peters
| and
| Christopher "Monty" Montgomery


SCaLE Schedule Published

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