Linux.com: LinuxWorld New York: A Longer Name for a Smaller Show (Videos)
Feb 20, 2007, 18:30 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Robin Miller)
[ Thanks to doloresp for this link.
"IDG's East Coast Linux gathering is now officially called the
LinuxWorld OpenSolutions Summit (LWOSS). The inaugural 2007 version
of the renamed conference was held February 14 and 15 in the
conference area of the Marriott Marquis hotel in Manhattan, not in
a huge convention center. Despite the longer name, it was such a
cute little conference that I kept wanting to pat it on its head.
But sometimes smaller is better, and in many ways this 600-person
LWOSS was more fun and more informative than its larger Boston and
New York predecessors.
"This was a business-to-business show. The presentations were
aimed almost purely at companies either using open source (and
Linux) already and thinking of expanding their open source (and
Linux) use or at companies considering at least a little use of
open source (and Linux) in the future. This was not a show of, by,
and for geeks--except for those geeks who have moved into
management or marketing..."