Linux Foundation’s LinuxCon Call For Proposals deadline 4/15

Just a quick reminder that the Linux Foundation‘s new LinuxCon conference Call for Proposals deadline is this Wednesday, 4/15.  I’m on the program committee for this new conference, and we’re absolutely looking for fresh presenters and engaging topics.  The conference is co-located with the Plumbers Conference, so there will be plenty of deep technical people there.  But LinuxCon isn’t just about low-level I-cut-my-teeth-on-Z80-assembly presentations.  We want plenty of higher level system administrator, end user, and business executive relevant topics too.

Please submit your topic ideas ASAP!

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1st Annual LinuxCon
September 21 – 23, 2009 – Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront, Portland, OR
This event is co-located with the 2nd Annual Linux Plumbers’ Conference.

LinuxCon is a new annual technical conference that will provide an unmatched collaboration and education space for all matters Linux. LinuxCon will bring together the best and brightest that the Linux community has to offer, including core developers, administrators, end users, community managers and industry experts. In being the conference for “all matters Linux”, LinuxCon will be informative and educational for a wide range of attendees. We will not only bring together all of the best technical talent but the decision makers and industry experts who are involved in the Linux community.

LinuxCon will feature over 75 conference presentations divided among five tracks and three audience types (Developers, Operations and Business), tutorials, BoF sessions, keynotes, roundtables, a product & technology showcase and sponsored mini-summits, as well as countless networking opportunities in developer lounges and evening events. LinuxCon offers a unique conference experience that encourages collaboration, progress and interaction.

With top notch educational content and collaboration opportunities, those that attend LinuxCon will leave more knowledgeable and better positioned for success in the year to come.

Who Should Attend:
Software Developers
Linux IT Professionals
Corporate End Users
Senior Executives
Industry Experts
Community Managers