CeBIT Open Source 2010 in Pictures

Mar 08, 2010

From March 2-6 CeBIT Open Source 2010 called open source projects, enterprises, and organizations to Hannover, Germany. Here's our photo gallery from the talks in the Open Source forum, the project lounge, and the Linux New Media awards.

Klaus Knopper introduced the CeBIT version 6.3 of his Knoppix distribution, Jim Zemlin named reasons for Linux's success, Mozilla celebrated its ongoing success with Firefox and gathered community members, 15 free and open source projects presented their work at CeBIT Open Source project lounge, and Linux New Media celebrated outstanding contributions for Linux, open source, and free software with six awards. Watch the gallery with all winners, presenters, and more!!

Gallery (23 images)

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