Monday morning after a great conference can be a downer, but the conference can keep rolling right here. This past weekend's Southeast Linuxfest was full of great technical talks, as well as more community-focused ones, many by opensource.com authors. If you enjoyed their talks, you may also be interested in their stories here:
|Speaker||SELF talk||opensource.com posts|
|Tarus Balog||Tastes great or less filling? Marketing an open source business||- How some sales processes don't work for OSS
- Open source for sale
- Marketing an open source business
|Greg DeKoenigsberg||What education can (and can't) learn from open source||- Obama bets big on open ed--with one little catch
- Remixing Euclid
Can professors teach open source?
- More by Greg
|Leslie Hawthorn||Humanitarian FOSS: Saving the world one bit at a time||Humanitarian free and open source software in the local community|
|Dru Lavigne||How can I contribute to open source?||Dru Lavigne: Confessions of a community manager (by Ruth Suehle)|
- NASA Open Government Plan
- The public domain black hole
- Electricity use on Tidy Street
- Theft! A History of Music
And finally, if you enjoyed Tom Callaway's closing keynote and would like to find out if your open source project is doomed to FAIL, add up its points at the opensourceway.org.
What was your favorite SELF talk?