Ohio LinuxFest 2010: sudo install freedom

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The eighth annual Ohio LinuxFest is September 10-12 in lovely Columbus, Ohio. As always, this is a free event chock full of interesting hands-on Linux and free software solutions. Register at the Supporter level for $65 and you’ll get lunch, one of the gorgeous t-shirts pictured here, and that warm fuzzy feeling that comes from supporting an event like this.

The morning keynote for the 2010 OLF from GNOME Foundation Executive Director Stormy Peters is entitled “Who is Stealing Your Desktop?” The closing keynote from Christopher “Monty” Montgomery of Xiph.org will be talking about next generation open source media formats. The schedule for Saturday includes four tracks of general content, a new medical track for those interested in the use of free and open source software in medicine, and the ever-popular Open Source Solutions stage.

If you’re near Columbus on the weekend of September 10-12, make an effort to stop by. Register today, even if you’re not sure if you’ll make it. Ohio LinuxFest is a real gem in the open source conference market, and they consistently put on a great show for free. Help them keep things moving by registering today!

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