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Monthly Archives: November 2013

LinuxCon Europe 2013 – part 3

The third day of LinuxCon Europe was, probably, the most awaited because of the star guest: Linus Torvalds. The father of Linux sat down for the morning keynote answering questions from the moderator and the public. Video online. First question was about what makes a good Linux kernel maintainer. And he answered very nice and […]

LinuxCon Europe 2013 – part 2

[See part 1] The second day of LinuxCon started out with some keynotes on Cloud Platforms, but since the subject didn’t fancy me, I spent the morning at the KVM forum where I got the “weather report” for the community. KVM looks like a very strong community with lots of achievements and many plans for […]

LinuxCon Europe 2013 – part 1

A couple of weeks ago, I was in Edinburgh, Scotland (UK) for the 2013 European edition of LinuxCon. It was my first time at LinuxCon and it was the biggest conference I attended (it’s bigger and nicer than FOSDEM). And I got to visit a very nice city: Edinburgh. If you ever get the chance […]