LinuxPR: Jon "maddog" Hall speaks to the Linux Community in JapanAug 31, 2000, 18:05 (0 Talkback[s])
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"The Tokyo Linux Users Group, jointly with the Linux Seminar Working Group, Project BLUE and the Yokohama Linux Users Group, is pleased to host Mr. Jon "maddog" Hall, Executive Director of Linux International, for a talk on the evolution of the Linux operating system and an overview of the re-structuring of Linux International to meet the needs that arise from the growth of Linux. The talk will be at IBM Japan Headquarters Auditorium, at 18:30 on September 5, 2000. This event is open to the public and everyone is welcome."
"Mr. Hall will give an overview of Linux and its migration from a desktop project to an internet server, to a supercomputer to embedded systems. Where it is going and where it has been. In addition, an overview of the re-structuring of Linux International to meet these growing needs, and an invitation to the Japaneese vendor groups to join together with Linux International."
"The organizing committee has also invited Dr. Noboru Kamijo to speak on the development of the Linux wristwatch "SmartWatch", as an example of Linux been used in an embedded system."
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