Archive for the ‘Conferences’ Category

Heading to FOSSCamp

Saturday, December 6th, 2008

Maru and I up in the Bay Area for FOSSCamp this weekend (December 6th and 7th).  FOSSCamp is Friday/Saturday, so we’ll likely wander around San Francisco on Sunday.

Registration for LugRadio Live USA 2008 is now open

Tuesday, February 26th, 2008
Registration for LugRadio Live USA 2008 is now open at
http://lugradio.org/live/USA2008/register, and tickets for the two-day
spectacular cost only $10 for the full weekend, including full access
to all talks, the exhibition, evening events, and a free bag o'swag
for visitors. Pre-registrations also enjoy additional benefits at the
show and the first 50 registrations will receive a free copy of Postal
2: Share The Pain (subject to age verification), thanks to Running
With Scissors. All pre-registrations will also be entered into a
raffle to win prizes by a variety of vendors.

LugRadio Live USA 2008, the 'rock-conference' from the team behind the
popular LugRadio podcast (http://www.lugradio.org), brings the
successful and unique formula of the UK LugRadio Live events to The
Metreon in San Francisco on the 12th and 13th April 2008. The event is
supported extensively by Google and also supported by Dice.

LugRadio Live USA 2008 brings together over 30 speakers across three
stages, 30+ exhibitors, a range of BOF sessions, debate panels,
lightbulb talk sessions, demos and much more, all wrapped up in the
unique event that the UK incarnation has become known for, combining
an incredibly loose, social, inclusive, and amusing atmosphere - if
you are new to LugRadio Live, it is nothing you will have seen before.

Confirmed speakers for the event include:

 * Miguel de Icaza (Mono / Novell / Co-Founder Of GNOME)
 * Ian Murdoch (OpenSolaris / Founder Of Debian)
 * Robert Love (GNOME / Google)
 * Aza Raskin (Mozilla / Humanized)
 * Benjamin Mako Hill (Ubuntu / Debian / FSF)
 * John Buckman (Magnatune)
 * Val Henson (Kernel / VAH consulting)
 * Christopher Blizzard (Mozilla / GNOME)
 * Mike Linksvayer (Creative Commons)
 * David Schleef (GStreamer)
 * Matthew Garrett (Power Management / Kernel)
 * Danese Cooper (Intel / OSI)
 * Aaron Bockover (Banshee / Novell)
 * Liana Holmberg (Second Life / Linden Lab)
 * Emma Jane Hogbin (Hick Tech)
 * Joe Zonker Brockmeier (OpenSuSE / Novell)
 * Kristen Accardi (Kernel)
 * David Lefty Schlesinger
 * Joe Born (Neuros)
 * Selena Deckelmann (PostgreSQL)
 * Stewart Smith (MySQL)
 * Dan Kegal (Wine)
 * Ben Collins (Ubuntu / Kernel)
 * Jason Kridner (Texas Instruments)
 * Jeremy Allison (Samba / Google)
 * Christian Hammond (VMWare)
 * Ian McKeller (Songbird)
 * Alison Randall (Parrot / Perl / OSCON)
 * David Huffman (LVM)
 * Brian Will (Pigeon)
 * Belinda Lopez (Ubuntu)
 * Ilan Rabanovich (SoCal Linux Expo)
 * Eddy Mulyono (Packaging)
 * Matthew Walster (Demo Scene)

The show will also see a large number of exhibitors, which will be
announced in the coming weeks, with plenty to see and do. In addition
to this, the LugRadio team will be recording a live performance of
their cult-hit podcast, which has over 20,000 listeners, in front of
the LugRadio Live USA 2008 audience - like the UK event, this is
always quite a spectacle, and excellent fun for all involved.

More information about LugRadio Live USA 2008 can be found at
http://lugradio.org/live/USA2008/

FreedomHEC tomorrow

Thursday, May 17th, 2007

Getting ready to head over to FreedomHEC tomorrow and Saturday. Just got the SCLUG projector / screen.
Edmund’s gave me their projector last week.   I’ll be heading in early AM tomorrow to setup the gear with Don and crew.
Looking forward to meeting Ed Cashen , who we interviewed on SCALE Radio.

Linuxfest Northwest 2007 This Weekend

Tuesday, April 24th, 2007

Linuxfest Northwest 2007  will be held this weekend in Bellingham, WA.   Maru and I are going to fly up on Friday and stay the weekend to check it out.  If you plan to attend drop me a note or grab me at the show.

I’ve been meening to attend another community run show for quite sometime now.   I’ve never had a chance to attend LinuxFest Norht West or Ohio LinuxFest, considering how similar I’m told they are to SCALE, it will be interesting to see how the shows look from an attendees perspective, instead of that of an organizer.

Other shows I’d love to attend this year are bellow, but I’m not sure if my work schedule or my wallet can handle all of them:

– OSCON
– LinuxWorld Expo SF
– Defcon or Toorcon

I wish I could include LUGRadio Live in the list, but a trip to the UK at this point is probably out of the question this year.   Not to mention the visa issues for Maru at this point.