Saturday, January 30, 2010

Linux Foundation 2010 Event Schedule

The Linux Foundation, a nonprofit consortium dedicated to fostering the growth of Linux, has announced their list of upcoming events for 2010. These events provide kernel developers, IT professionals, end users, senior executives, industry experts, students and the media with a vendor-neutral, nonprofit forum in which collaboration and education advance knowledge and accelerate the advancement of Linux. The events provide a platform for new Linux and open source developments to be revealed and discussed.

The Linux Foundation’s 2010 event schedule includes:

Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit
Held in conjunction with the CELF Embedded Linux Conference and hosted by platinum sponsors IBM and Intel. Additional sponsors include Google, Intel and Nokia.
April 14 – 16, 2010
San Francisco, Calif.
This event is an exclusive, invitation-only summit where key Linux stakeholders meet face-to-face to advance and create initiatives that address the most pressing opportunities for Linux today.

Linux Foundation End User Summit
October 25, 2010
Jersey City, NJ
Another invitation-only event, the Linux Foundation’s End User Summit brings together senior kernel leadership with the C-level executives who are managing Linux in the largest most dynamic companies in the world today. In its third year, this event helps to close a “communications loop” to advance Linux development to meet everyone’s goals. To request an invitation, please visit:

August 10-12, 2010
Boston, Mass.
LinuxCon is North America’s premiere conference for all matters Linux. The event will bring together community and business leadership as well as up and coming developers to attend sessions produced by the community for the community. LinuxCon will be preceded this year with a variety of “mini-summits” on August 8 and 9, 2010, including the Linux Storage & Filesystems Workshop, the Wireless Mini-Summit and the Bluetooth Summit.

Japan Linux Symposium
September 27 – 29, 2010
Tokyo, Japan
The Japan Linux Symposium is the leading Linux conference in Asia Pacific and brings together developers, administrators, users, community managers and industry experts from across the globe.

Linux Kernel Summit
November 1 – 2, 2010
Co-located with the Linux Plumbers Conference November 3 - 5, 2010
Cambridge, Mass.
The Linux Foundation will again host the annual gathering of the world’s leading kernel developers to discuss the state of the kernel and to plan the next development cycle.

To get more information about Linux Foundation events, and to register, please visit:

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