CeBIT welcomes open source projects to Hannover, Germany! The show organization and Linux Magazine are calling for open source projects to apply for free exhibit space at CeBIT Open Source 2012. Open source projects are provided with the opportunity to present their work to the CeBIT audience, just like commercial exhibitors.more »
At the recent LinuxCon North America  in Vancouver, Canada, we celebrated the 20th anniversary of the start of the Linux Kernel project. Many of the best developers in the community were there, and we had “gala” events celebrating the past 20 years. Although the Linux kernel tends to dominate aspects of computing such as high-performance computing, embedded systems design, and servers, several people acknowledged that we still have not enjoyed “the year of the Linux desktop.”more »
Charly's Column: LUG Camp Tschierv The sys admin’s daily grind: LUG Camp TschiervAug 03, 2011
He nearly missed this year’s LUG Camp, but what was columnist Charly supposed to do instead – celebrate Father’s Day?more »
The Linux Foundation's first LinuxCon Europe, co-located with the Kernel Summit, will be held October 26-28 in Prague, Czech Republic. LinuxCon Europe and the Embedded Linux Conference call for participation ends next week.more »
First DefCon Kids event to be co-located with DefCon 19 in August.more »
Watch Live streaming from O'Reilly's Velocity conference June 15-16 right here!more »
The 2011 openSUSE Conference, which will be held in Nuremberg in September, announced its call for papers. Talk proposals will be accepted until July 11th.more »
At this week's Berlin LinuxTag 2011, event cooridinator Nils Magnus discusses the increasing professionalism of the open source community.more »
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