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PR: LinuxForum Conference 3-4th March 2006 in Copenhagen

Feb 28, 2006, 10:45 (0 Talkback[s])


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[ Thanks to Peter Toft for this information. ]

LinuxForum 2006 is the 9th Open Source conference in a row held in Copenhagen, Denmark. The conference is a very popular conference, and today the largest IT-conference in the Nordic region. The conference is a low budget and high quality running over two days around the first weekend of March 2006.

Friday March 3 is primarily our sponsors' and exhibitors' day where they can show their stuff with business-oriented speakers from both Denmark and abroad in all areas concerning Linux, BSD and Open Source. Obviously there will be exhibitions Saturday too. Around 30 companies will participate.

Saturday March 4 will be the classic LinuxForum format with technical speeches concerning Linux, BSD and Open Source, user group booths and exhibitions from many companies, exhibitor-speeches and competitions.

This year LinuxForum features Alan Cox (Linux kernel hacker), Louis Suarez-Potts (OpenOffice.org), Simon Phipps, (Sun Microsystems), Wietse Venema (Postfix et al), Kalle Dalheimer (Kolab), Lars Rasmussen (Google), Thomasz Kojm (ClamAV), Mirko Dolle (LinDVR), Dan Klein, and many others. Also enjoy a press conference between Microsoft, Louis Suarez-Potts, and several others discussing open standards for documentation--a very hot topic of the IT-industry. See more at http://linuxforum.dk/

Tickets can be ordered from http://linuxforum.dk/2006/en/ticket.shtml

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