May 27, 2009, 12:54 pm
In the Linux world, the Holy Trinity of Linux conferences is undoubtedly made up of the three major international conventions: the Linux Symposium, linux.conf.au, and the Linux Kongress. LinuxJournal.com had on the scene coverage of the second of these grand Linux events, and now is the time to begin thinking about the third.
Since 1994, the Linux Kongress has been held annually in Germany, with the occasional detour to other lovely European locales. In 2008, Linux Kongress-goers visited the ancient and beautiful city of Hamburg, and apparently liked it so much they didn't want to go home ‚Äî conference organizers have again chosen Hamburg as the site of the Linux Kongress, to be held September 22 - 25, 2009. Speaking of organizers, the conference is again being orchestrated by the German Unix User Group. OSDevCon, the OpenSolaris Developer Conference, will also be held in Hamburg, concurrent with the Kongress.