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Linux Event TV: One-on-One with Open Source Visionaries

Linux Foundation events are studded with Linux and open source community leaders, as well as some eccentric personalities. What better place than one of these events to sit down and talk to the people who are making innovation happen in software development and cloud computing?

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LinuxCon Europe Keynoter Catarina Mota Talks Open Source Hardware

We kick off our LinuxCon Europe Q&A series today with keynote speaker and openMaterials Co-founder Catarina Mota. Mota shares some really interesting insights with us on open hardware, her favorite projects and how open hardware compares to open source software. I'm really looking forward to hearing her speak at LinuxCon Europe in Barcelona Nov. 5-7, 2012.

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Just For Fun: A Collaborative Art Project for the Cloud

Who says collaboration has to stop with code? This communty knows well the power of collaboration to advance everything from software to science and yes, to the arts. We invited members from the community to collaborate with us ollaborate with us at LinuxCon and CloudOpen in San Diego on a couple new, just-for-fun "projects." You might have already witnessed the community song and video in which Linus makes a cameo appearance. Now, that's just plain, good teamwork.

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Skateboarding with Greg Kroah-Hartman

After the Linux Kernel Summit was done, the Linux kernel panel had wrapped and the LinuxCon and CloudOpen keynotes were finished, there was only one thing left to do at last week's event: Skate. You might have heard rumblings and seen pictures of the skateboards that were given away as speaker and VIP gifts at this year's event (you might have even scored one). Well, on Friday we took them out to the curb and put them to work - - with a little help from Linux kernel maintainer Greg Kroah-Hartman.

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{Video} Epic Community Song from LinuxCon, Features Linus Torvalds

The Linux and open cloud communities came together this week at LinuxCon and CloudOpen to advance technology for the next major shift in computing. Technical sessions, interesting keynotes, amazing parties and the hallway track provided the foundation for this work. The community also rallied together in song. Yes, a collaborative song, featuring Linus Torvalds, that shares at least one way we feel about the old way of building software.

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