Linux Journal: cat/dev/DiBona/brain: Inside the .org Pavilion
Aug 13, 2004, 04:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Chris DiBona)
"As usual, my favorite part of last week's LinuxWorld in San
Francisco was the .org pavilion. Make no mistake, LinuxWorld
(hereafter LWCE) is about capital-B business. Looking to hack
python? Try OSCon. Looking to write a kernel driver? Try the Ottawa
Linux Symposium. LWCE, on the other hand, is very good at
addressing the things that companies care about. Look at the
tutorial tracks, and you'll see LDAP, corporate network security
and other topics that always are a reliable draw. I'm on the
conference advisory board, so trust me on this one.
"But, I have to admit that for me, the big draw has always been
the .org pavilion..."