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[News] Upcoming/Ongoing FOSS Events: Akademy, TransferSummit, LinuxCon

  • Subject: [News] Upcoming/Ongoing FOSS Events: Akademy, TransferSummit, LinuxCon
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 25 Jun 2010 14:27:19 +0100
  • Followup-to: comp.os.linux.advocacy
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Plasma @ Akademy 

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| The Plasma team will also be hosting a 
| Plasma Feedback Round Table. This is a 
| session for us to sit around a room with 
| other interested / concerned KDE folk. We 
| will answer the questions those attending 
| have to the best of our abilities (and 
| record the ones we don't have answers for to 
| do further research on them), and discuss 
| ideas regarding Plasma now and in the future 
| with all in attendance.


me @ Akademy


TransferSummit Conference

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| The event will highlight, discuss and 
| explain advantages and issues in open 
| innovation and using Open Source software.


TransferSummit - How open changes everything 

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| Many organisations are beginning to embrace 
| more open and collaborative approaches to 
| innovation. Inspired by the success of open 
| source products such as the Apache web 
| server and the Firefox browser, many 
| multinational companies such as Procter and 
| Gamble, Orange and IBM have made âopen 
| innovationâ - the sharing of the risks and 
| rewards of the product development process 
| with partners - a top strategic priority. 


CFP Closes 6/30 -- Submit Your Talk Proposal NOW!


The Linux Foundation Announces More LinuxCon 2010 Keynotes 

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| The Linux Foundation today announced the 
| addition of new sessions and keynotes for 
| LinuxCon 2010. The announcement finalizes 
| the list of speakers and professional 
| session planned for the conference, which 
| will take place in Boston August 10-12.



TransferSummit - Open innovation at Apache: "No Jerks Allowed!"

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| Over the past decade, The Apache Software
| Foundation (ASF) has been supporting the
| Apache communityâs development of some of
| the most ubiquitous products in Open
| Source, benefiting billions of users
| worldwide. Its collaborative, consensus-
| based development process, affectionately
| dubbed "The Apache Way", is one of its
| secrets to creating dozens of high
| quality, industry-leading software
| products that all began with a single
| project.


Linux Tag in Berlin

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