November 21, 2003

Southern California Linux Expo This SAturday

Anonymous Reader writes "The So Cal Linux Expo Is This Saturday, November 22nd at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Here's what we have lined up for you.

The SCALE speaker tracks:

"Kernel and Systems"

William Irwin - Future Issues with Linux VM Andrew Morton - There Is No Buffercache Adam Agnew - LinuxBIOS Patrick Mochel - Managing Power in Linux 2.6 Dan Kegel - Intro to Embedded Linux Programming Paul Eggert - Core Woes in the GNU utilities and C library

"In The Userspace"

Jim McQuillan - Linux Terminal Server Project John Terpstra - Samba-3: Integration and Migration Options Jeremy White - The Latest Development in Wine Robin Rowe - Linux Movies and CinePaint Seth Nickell - The Unified Linux Desktop

"Altruism, Advocacy, and Evangelism"

Charles Kalil - Migration To Linux Matt Asay - Revenue Models for Open Source Businesses Dan Frye - The Next step: Linux in an on Demand
World Christopher Montgomery - The State of Open Source and Multimedia John Terpstra ~^V FLOSS: No Roadblocks Ahead Chris Dibona - Open Source: The IP Canary in the IT Coal Mine

SCALE Exhibitors


IBM Novell Pogo Linux Storix Software Real Networks ABCO Technology DIGILink ASA Computers Mountain View Data 4Front Technologies Hacom Irvine Sci-Tech Books & Pearson

Non-commercial exhibitors:

Simi-Conejo LUG: Linux PVRs INLUG ~^V Inland Empire LUG SoCalWUG: Wireless Networking Kernel Panic LUG: KDE & GNOME LinuxChix: Jabber San Gabriel Valley LUG: CinePaint Orange County LUG: VPN's and WINE San Fernando Valley LUG: Speech Recognition Santa Barbara LUG: Emulation USC LUG: Gentoo Games Los Angeles Zope Users Group: Zope Web Server Linux Users At LAX ~^V TBA Debian Free Software Foundation FreeBSD LPBN ~^V Linux Public Broadcasting Network LinuxFund USENIX The Linux
Terminal Server Project Linux Astronomy Xiph.Org

After the dinner break, the movie "Revolution OS" will air, followed by a Q&A session with the producer.

For up to the minute information, check Contact for more information. The Southern California Linux Expo - We are bringing businesses, academic institutions and the Linux community together in a way that no other conference does!

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