[lug] Off-Topic (a bit): Conferences and Trade Shows

Jeffrey Haemer jeffrey.haemer at gmail.com
Wed Nov 4 15:19:15 MST 2009

I quite liked the "Open Source Bridge" conference in Portland that I
attended.  Three days, the third day an unconference.

On Wed, Nov 4, 2009 at 3:09 PM, Michael J. Hammel <
mjhammel at graphics-muse.org> wrote:

> Apologies for a little off topic.
> I got tossed this today @ 3pm:  find a list of conferences and trade
> shows we'd like to attend in the next year to expose our products and
> get some training.  Put them list together by tomorrow @ 5pm including
> costs.  Ugh.
> My company has focused on DoD work in the past but I'm trying to get
> them into the commercial world.  I do the Linux-based software devel
> (grids, clouds, social networks, UI's down to embedded distros, drivers,
> etc.) for them.  So I'm primarily interested in Linux/Unix and
> open-source focused events.
> So:  what's your favorite conference/trade show?  Anyone got a favorite
> list of such things?  It's been years since I gave talks at Linux World
> and Atlanta Linux Symposium and attended Interop.  I'm not even sure
> what's out there anymore.
> Not sure if the list is interested in this info so feel free to reply
> direct instead of posting.
> I appreciate any pointers.  Thanks.
> --
> Michael J. Hammel <mjhammel at graphics-muse.org>
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