LinuxCon Europe: live video streaming
For those not able to attend this year's LinuxCon Europe conference, which is currently taking place in Prague, Czech Republic, the Linux Foundation is offering live video streaming of all the keynote sessions. Free access to the live video streams of the first ever European LinuxCon event is available on the LinuxCon Europe 2011 site (registration required).
Upcoming sessions include a talk from SUSE President Nils Brauckmann and BMW's Andreas Poeschl on Providing High Performance, as well as a presentation by Red Hat VP of Engineering Tim Burke on how communities help to shape distributions. Friday's presentations include the 20th Anniversary Edition of The Kernel Report by developer and LWN.net Editor Jonathan Corbert, and a look at Engineered Systems with Linux from Oracle's Wim Coekaerts. Archives of the sessions will be available following the event.
A full list of sessions taking place at the conference can be found on the LinuxCon Europe 2011 schedule web page. The Linux Foundation is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the task of promoting the growth of Linux. Linus Torvalds, the creator of Linux, is sponsored by the foundation.
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