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Announcements => Announcements => Topic started by: calisun on April 24, 2007, 01:49:33 AM

Post by: calisun on April 24, 2007, 01:49:33 AM
I have posted about this in the past, but there were no responses about it. So I thought I would bring up the subject again.
Linux world conference, I think it would be a good idea if we had a booth there. Here is a email that I have received from linuxworld:

Interested in LinuxWorld’s .org Pavilion? Fill out the Application Form!

LinuxWorld Conference & Expo is looking for exhibitors for the .org Pavilion, our free-of-charge exhibit area for free software and open source projects. We're looking for projects that produce great software and can host an informative, helpful booth for our attendees.

This year, we will be hosting an “un-conference” theater area adjacent to the pavilion. If you would like a larger venue for works in progress, Q & A sessions, demonstrations, and media, it's there for you.

Projects use LinuxWorld Conference & Expo for many reasons: to answer questions from possible new users, to distribute copies of software, to solicit donations, and to sell project merchandise.

If you have participated in the .org Pavilion at previous shows, you still need to re-apply for it this time.
Title: 2007 Linux World Expo
Post by: pfloor on April 24, 2007, 02:04:51 AM
I have split this off as it needs its own discussion.

I think the lack of response is due location/timing.  I myself would not be able to attend but I think there are plenty of folks in Ca. that could man an SME Server booth.

Any takers?

If so, then lets see if we can put something together.
Title: 2007 Linux World Expo
Post by: calisun on April 24, 2007, 02:56:27 AM
I will attend Linux World Conference on August 7th, If I can get someone to switch off with me every couple of hours for restroom/ meal/ browse around breaks, I can volunteer.

If anybody is interested in LinuxWorld, you can check it out here:


PS. If you register before August, Exhibit Hall Passes are Free.