ohio linuxfest

I frag better than you, and I do it in Linux*

I learned two things today. OK, let's hope that in a full day of Ohio LinuxFest, I learned more than two things. But these are the two relevant to this post:

1. People are still having LAN parties, even the Internet-disconnected kind.

2. They're doing it on Linux. » Read more

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Project Cauã: Jon "maddog" Hall on creating a sustainable network of entrepreneurs from system administrators in Brazil

I've been hearing Jon "maddog" Hall talk about Project Cauã for a while now, and I've seen mention of it here and there. But his Ohio LinuxFest keynote, "Project Cauã: Creating Sustainable Computing Jobs in the Developing World," was the first time I got to hear a full description of the plan. In case you haven't had a chance to read about it either, here's the plan he outlined. » Read more

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Ohio LinuxFest recap: Open marketing, not obscure marketing

Robyn Bergeron gave a Friday talk at Ohio LinuxFest titled "OM NOM - Open marketing--not obscure marketing." This post is based on her talk.

Marketing is typically done in a room of people who are removed from those who develop the things they're marketing. Open marketing (not obscured marketing!) is about turning that paradigm upside-down and doing marketing as openly as development. » Read more

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Ohio LinuxFest

These are the links and slides from our talk in the Ohio LinuxFest Medical Track on Friday, Sept. 10.

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