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Jan 17, 2003, 23:30 (0 Talkback[s])
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The week of January 20 will be one of the more interesting scheduling challanges for the editorial staff at Linux Today, thanks mostly to the LinuxWorld Conference & Expo that will run from January 22-24 in Manhattan.

LWE is an event that gets significant coverage by our site and this year is no exception. Thanks to the combined efforts of Linux Today and internetnews.com, no less than six reporters from our staffs are scheduled to be at this event (though it may be five, as one of the crew is a proud new father as of just this afternoon!).

Traveling and managing Linux Today while on the road is always a bit of an adventure, so after Tuesday, articles may be posted off the regular schedule. Talkbacks will be monitored thanks to the efforts of Contributing Editor Rob Reilly, so I expect no delays there.

Before that event, however, Linux Today will shut down the regular newsfeed in honor of the U.S. holiday Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Readers will only note a slight change, however. The Community Roundup will start Monday at 0500 GMT (midnight, EST) and continue through the day on Monday. Monday evening will see more scheduled stories, which will carriy through until early Tuesday.

Over and above the scheduled feed, it is recognized that many pre-show stories will be coming out on Monday, despite the U.S. holiday, so I expect that many "live" stories will be interspersed with the Community Roundup feed throughout the day.

While we are away at the conference, we hope to be gathering and reporting as much news as we can. Of course, the contributions of our readers is always appreciated. On a personal note, I hope to meet many of you at this event, and discuss all things Linux and Open Source.

Have a good weekend, and we'll see some of you next week!