There’s a rumor going around that we’re going to be launching our 20th Anniversary of Linux celebration activities next week.
Well, I’m here to tell you that it’s true. But, you’ll have to be either at The Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit or watching the free, live video feed to get all the details (we’ll have a website you can go to afterward to get “the skinny” as well). Our working groups are also preparing to share some news that we’ll include here at Linux.com after it’s public.
If you can’t join us onsite and want to catch the Day 1 keynote presentations, just click on the following link and sign up for an access code that will give you free access to the video feed.
It’s super easy. Once you’ve signed up here, you will receive an email confirmation with your access code and the link to use on event day.
Jim Zemlin is opening the Summit with the “State of the Linux Union” at 9 a.m. PT and will be followed by a variety of panels and keynote presentations on topics ranging from the Linux kernel and the Yocto Project to Linux in the cloud and mobility driving open source innovation.
And, if you’re going to be onsite at the Collaboration Summit, I hope you’ll join me on Thursday at the PR for FOSS Projects workshop and on Friday at the annual Linux.com Planning Meeting.
Until next week…
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