Overall the conference was pretty good. There were a lot of good presentations and an exhibit floor with vendors and projects represented. I attended the following sessions:
- How to Heard Cats and Influence People - Jono Bacon
- Open Source Business Applications - David Uhlman
- The State of Linux Systems Management - Simon Bennett
- Samba For Beginners - Mike Maki
- Wireless Networking for Beginners - Dennis Rax
- Open Source Licenses, a Review with Corner Cases - Chris Dibona
- Web Applications: What is your Backup/Recovery Plan? - Paddy Sreenivasan
- Building a Linux Home Entertainment System - Cecil Waton
- Ubuntu - Jono Bacon
I love that Los Angeles has a Linux conference. I am surprised I hadn't heard of it until this year. I will probably go every year if I can.
You should of went to "The State of Linux Gaming" presentation, I quite enjoyed it, many of my peers, who went, agree. Thanks for the post btw.
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