"Unfortunately, because I was presenting and giving a talk on
Unix Passwords at SVLUG at the time, I didn't make it to LinuxWorld
winter in New York. However, I did make it to the Summer show and
it was really big compared to last year: the show floor took over
all the space they had, which forced them to move the Keynote Hall
to a building across the street."
"What's in this page? My coverage of the four days of
linuxworld expo summer 2000. It contains my review of the events,
and many pictures that I took during the show. I hope you enjoy
your virtual visit of the expo (I also have other reviews from
previous events on my linux page)."
"In addition to using the keynote floor for booths, they had
booths in the halls, and according to Charly Greco, president of
IDG, they had 200 companies with booth space, and had to refuse
another 50, for which they weren't able to get any space in their
17000 square meters of booth space (that's about 170,000 square
feet for the metric system challenged people ). Charly announced
that next year, they'll looking at the Moscone Center in San
Francisco. Darn, the morning drive from the Silicon Valley is going
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