Linux.com: LinuxWorld Conference and Expo: Day 3Feb 05, 2000, 21:17 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jeff Alami)
"If there's anything to be learned about the Linux and Open Source movement, it's more of a social revolution than a technological revolution. Open Source technology has been around quite a while, and Linux is based on the same UNIX that has powered server systems for decades. What makes this community different is the belief that sharing information helps everyone, including commercial interests."
"At LinuxWorld Conference and Expo, I got to meet a great deal of interesting geeks who believe in the Open Source revolution. LinuxWorld has the distinction of being a Linux-centric event which appeals to geeks and "suits" (management types) equally. Being located in New York City means that the event was well visited by members of the Wall Street community, and this provides a unique opportunity for geeks to meet with the core of business."
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