October 29, 2003

The So Cal Linux Expo Fills Its Speaker Schedule

Author: Orv Beach

Orv Beach writes "The SCALE speaker tracks have been filled! These speakers are newly-added:

Seth Nickel, lead developer on the GNOME Usability task team.

John Terpstra. John is co-founder of the Samba-Team, and a member of the Open Source Software Institute Advisory Board. His topic is Samba-3: New Directions.

Christopher Monty Montgomery, lead programer and Founder of Xiph.org. Monty will speak on "The State of Open Source and Multimedia: Technical Asphalt, Political Potholes and Tabloid Gossip".

Dan Kegel, local programmer and Linux activist. Dan will cover his "Intro to Embedded Linux Programming".

Additionally, after the Expo closes there will be a screening of Revolution OS. After the screening, director JTS Moore will speak.

The following companies have filled out the vendor slots:

PogoLinux, Inc.

Real Networks

Novell

ASA Computers, Inc.

Hacom (returning for a second year)

Pearson Education (Prentice Hall, Longman, Scott Foresman, Addison Wesley, NCS, and many others)

Irvine SciTech Books

Mountain View Data - cluster server management software and advanced storage software

SCALE2X is maxxed out and ready to go! Come join us! SCALE2X will be November 22nd, 2003 at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

For up to the minute information, including complete lists of speakers and their bios, and sponsor info, check http://www.socallinuxexpo.com.

Contact info@socallinuxinfo.com for more information."

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