internetnews.com: Linux Headed for 'Real' World Show
Apr 15, 2004, 16:00 (2 Talkback[s])
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"The Real World Linux 2004 conference has rolled into Canada
with the open source world's players in tow and High Performance
Computing among their list of advances to show and tell.
"In addition to HPC clustering, other tracks during the event,
which kicks off in full Wednesday, will cover government, security,
desktop, networking and High Performance Computing (HPC)/
clustering. The event has 40 seminars in total and the exhibit
floor will host over 70 industry exhibitors.
"Linux on the desktop is expected to be the first theme before
the crowds here when GNOME and Ximian co-founder and current VP
research and development at Novell, Nat Friedman, delivers a
keynote address Wednesday..."