Anonymous Reader writes "Los Angeles, CA, December 13, 2005 -- The Southern California Linux Expo has announced the availability of online ticket sales for SCALE 4x. Early ticket purchases are discounted. Special student pricing is also available.
SCALE 4x will be held on February 11-12, 2006 at the Los Angeles Airport Westin.
Speakers and sponsors are being added daily, with the list now including:
Commercial Sponsors: IBM, Google, Scalix, LFS Technologies, Centrify and Ticketmaster.
Non-profit - NetBSD, Debian, KDE, Ubuntu, Fedora Core, Cinepaint, Knoppmyth, CACert, Linux Astronomy, Open Source Exchange Replacement Project, LTSP, X.Org, Wikimedia Foundation
Confirmed speakers include:
- Chris Dibona - Google
- John Terpstra - Samba
- David Uhlmann - Uversa
- Bernard Soriano - California Department of Motor Vehicles
- David Mandelstam - Sangoma
- Aaron Seigo - KDE
- Matt Asay - Alfresco
- Janinne Brunyee - RealNetworks
- David Schachter - Sleepycat Software
- Glen Martin - SpikeSource
- Jono BaconSi Chen - OpenSource Strategies
- Kevin McElligott - iTech Developers
- Robin Rowe- Cinepaint
- Jim Winstead - MySQL
- Alex Perry - PAMurray
- Stephen McDowell - AMD
- Hal Steger - Scalix
- Dan Kegel - Google
- Hans Reiser - The Naming System Venture
- Jan Hichert - Astaro
SCALE 4x will offer expanded floor space, more exhibits and an increased number of tutorial sessions for users at any skill level.
To purchase tickets for SCALE 4x, visit us at http://socallinuxexpo.com/order/order.html .
Join us February 11 & 12, 2006 to learn more about Linux, get the most out of Open Source offerings or to meet like-minded users and companies.
The Linux Expo of Southern California was established in 2001 with a mission to act as an advocate on behalf of Open Source software to businesses, academic institutions and the Linux community.