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22 January 2009, 09:30

Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit

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The third annual Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit will take place from the 8th to the 10th of April in San Francisco, California at the Hotel Kabuki. The goal of the event is to bring the players in the Linux ecosystem together to discuss current Linux development issues.

The list of topics includes Moblin for netbooks and mobile internet devices (MIDs), high performance computing, system management, planning the future of Linux, and the needs of Linux Independent Software Vendors (ISV's). Also mentioned is Green Linux which focuses improve power management in Linux to "enhanced battery life as well as better performance, such as near instantaneous suspend/resume."

The Collaboration Summit is by invitation only to gather the "brightest minds in Linux" and you can apply on the Linux Foundation website. The foundation site states that Linux Foundation Members, Senior Linux Community Members, ISV's, End Users, System Vendors, Kernel Developers, and Distribution Maintainers should attend. Proposals for lectures can also be submitted by visiting the foundation website.


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