The Linux Foundation today kicked off its two-day debut of LinuxCon Brazil. Attendees got a rare opportunity to see both Linus Torvalds and Andrew Morton on stage, together, and in person. Based on this snapshot from Intel’s Dirk Hohndel, I think attendees were very excited about that opportunity.
A big thanks to both Linus and Andrew for participating on the keynote panel (State of Linux, moderated by Jim Zemlin), for which they received a standing ovation from the audience.
If you couldn’t make it to Brazil, LinuxCon Japan is just a few weeks away in Tokyo (September 27-29, 2010).
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