[lug] CLIQ 2001 Attendee Invitation (fwd)
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Date: Fri, 23 Feb 2001 15:48:04 -0600
From: Michael J. Hammel <mjhammel at graphics-muse.org>
To: wallen at boulder.nist.gov
Subject: CLIQ 2001 Attendee Invitation
Colorado Linux Info Quest
Saturday, March 29-30, 2001
Denver Marriott Tech Center
The Colorado Linux Info Quest would like to invite you to attend
our conference and exposition in Denver on March 29-30, 2001.
We're proud to have such solid support from industry names like Compaq,
SGI, LWN.net, and tummy.com as well as a well known set of speakers,
including Scott Draeker of Loki Entertainment Software and Andy Hertzfeld,
one of the original designers of the Macintosh and now with Linux desktop
pioneer Eazel, Inc. Many more speakers will be lined up soon!
Conference fees are $55 for full conference access through March 17th.
After that the price goes to $85 up to the day of the event. Checks are
preferred for preregistration but Visa and Masterdard will also be
accepted before the event and at the door. See our web site
(http://thecliq.org) for more details.
Below is the latest press announcement for this event. Please feel free
to contact Michael J. Hammel, Conference Chairman, at 832-754-8755 or email
him at mjhammel at thecliq.org. You may also contact Kevin Cullis, CLIQ
Vendor Coordinator, at 720-489-9283 or by email at kcullis at thecliq.org
regarding exhibitor information. You can also review registration details
from the CLIQ website at http://thecliq.org. CLIQ is a registered
non-profit, Linux-user managed organization.
Colorado Linux Info Quest - CLIQ
CLIQ 2001 Speaker and BoF lineup take shape
With topics ranging from KDE, GNOME and the Linux Desktop to Debian,
Python, Zope and Perl, to Embedded Linux, the Open Source Development Lab
and Business and Legislative impacts and real world examples, CLIQ 2001
promises to be even bigger and better in it's second year.
Denver, CO (Feb 22, 2001) -- The Colorado Linux Info Quest (CLIQ) board of
directors is pleased to announce our preliminary lineup for invited talks
and Birds of a Feather Sessions for CLIQ 2001.
This years event includes noted speakers such as Scott Draeker of Loki
Entertainment Software, Andy Hertzfeld of Eazel, and John Lasser, author of
the book "Think Unix." While not all the invited speaker slots have been
filled, and the event day schedule has yet to be finalized, the CLIQ board
wanted to get the word out on how things are shaping up.
The current set of invited talks includes the following:
* Business Track
1. Commercially-developed games -- Scott Draeker, Co-founder and CEO
of Loki Entertainment Software
2. Embedded Linux -- Rick Lehrbaum, Founder, LinuxDevices.com
* Desktop Track
1. Think Unix - Jon Lasser, author of " Think Unix"
2. Panel discussion on the Linux desktop
1. Andy Hertzfeld, Software Wizard and Cofounder of Eazel, Inc.
(or possibly another Eazel representative)
2. Havoc Pennington, GNOME Foundation Chair who works at Red Hat
and is one of the lead developers for the GNOME and GTK+
3. Darryl Strauss, Multimedia and Graphics Engineering Practice
Lead at VA Linux Systems
4. Kurt Granroth, KDE Developer/Evangelist
3. Introduction to the GNOME and KDE desktops.
1. Havoc Pennington
2. Kurt Granroth
* Development Track
1. Kernel: Bdale Garbee, Debian developer, will speak on Experiences
porting Debian to Itanium and PA-RISC platform
2. Languages/Web Development: Paul Everitt, CEO of Digital Creations,
will speak on Open Source Content Management.
Our Birds of a Feather Sessions (BoFS) are also filling quickly. Some of the
topics scheduled so far include:
1. Linux Legislation BOF
2. Linux LUG BOF: Kara Pritchard, LinuxUsersGroups.org
3. Linux as an Enterprise Platform: Mission Critical Linux
4. Linux Systems Administration: James Davis, Art Walker
5. Zope BOF: Paul Everitt, CEO, Digital Creations (makers of Zope)
6. Python: Sean Reifschneider, Co-Founder, tummy.com
7. Open Source Development Laboratory: Tim Witham, OSDL Lab Director
8. Debian: Bdale Garbee, Debian Developer
9. XFree86: Darryl Strauss, XFree86 team and VA Linux Systems
10. Converting a business to Linux: John T. Taber, Ph.D., Tabermatics, Inc.
11. High Availability: Alan Robertson, Linux High Availability Project
Topics we expect to have scheduled shortly include:
1. Introduction to Perl
2. Expert Level Perl
Note that we're still organizing our keynote for the event, but we expect
that to happen very soon now, and we're sure you'll be pleased by the
Colorado Linux Info Quest, known as CLIQ to it's members, is a registered
non-profit organization in the state of Colorado. It is comprised of
volunteers from Linux user groups throughout the Colorado Front Range. The
aim of CLIQ is to assist both individual hobbyists and businesses in the
Rocky Mountain and Central US regions find answers to the question "What can
I do with Linux?"
CLIQ 2001 will be held at the Denver Marriott Tech Center on March 30th,
with "at the door" registration open on March 29th and 30th. The Denver
Marriott Tech Center is located just east of I-25 and Belleview Blvd. in the
Denver Tech Center. More information can be found on our web site at
Michael J. Hammel
mjhammel at thecliq.org
mjhammel at graphics-muse.org
CLIQ Vendor Contact:
kcullis at thecliq.org
The CLIQ Web Site:
General Information and Questions:
info at thecliq.org
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