"The conference in question, aptly named the End User Summit, is
quickly drawing near, and the Linux Foundation is wondering who
wants to be there.
"The now-annual End User Summit, according to the Linux
Foundation, "provides end users a direct connection and voice to
the kernel community, and allows Linux community maintainers and
developers direct access and knowledge sharing with the end users
of their software — both of which accelerate innovation and
adoption of Linux."
"The gathering is intended to offer "the opportunity to learn
about upcoming developments in Linux" and "[e]ducates end users on
Linux advancements and best practices." It gives their thoughts on
the subject a direct conduit to the powers that be. Of course, the
same is true in the other direction — the powers that be have
an opportunity to hear the feedback they need straight from the
proverbial horse's mouth. It also provides the ever-desired
opportunity to network with like-minded people, both
users-to-developers and users-to-users. (Presumably, the powers
that be are already well networked.)"
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