From LUGRadio Live
This year, the exhibition area is bigger than ever. With a dedicated room, direct off the main hall, you can enjoy stands from big free software projects and companies, complete with bar and an ear on the main stage.
Ubuntu - the Ubuntu boys are back, with free CDs and more.
Bytemark - the specialists in Linux virtual machine hosting.
OpenSolaris - see Sun's open source kernel in action and get a free install DVD.
UK Linux - t-shirts, mugs and other Linux goodies.
KDE and Kubuntu - the man in the kilt, and his friends, will be showing off the future of KDE.
InkScape - the vector graphics drawing package that's giving Adobe a run for its money.
Tuxgames - enter their competition to win Linux games!
Clockwork Software - creators of PayThyme, the free software payroll system.
MythTV - the premiere free software media centre software.
Everybody Loves Eric Raymond - buy t-shirts from your favourite web comic.
The Open CD - see how the guys are promoting open source software to Windows users.
Novell - the big red N and the green gecko will be showing off Suse, XGL and more.
TurboCash - the free software accountancy package.
MOST - Midlands Open Source Technology demonstrate what they're doing with free software in the public sector.
Enterprise Groupware Server - the Midlands-based free software CRM and Groupware solution.
CentOS - shh, don't mention the big name Linux vendor whose enterprise sources are compiled to create this community enterprise OS.
Joomla! - hey mambo, mambo italiano. Your favourite PHP CMS team will be available for questions, demos, etc.
OpenDocument Fellowship - find out how they're creating an open standards file format and promoting its use.
O'Reilly - buy O'Reilly books, maybe some discounts available!
Fedora - chat to the guys behind Red Hat's community OS.
Fluendo - Barcelona's favourite chaps will be here to show off their amazing Linux multimedia work.
Debian - buy t-shirts and mugs from the man Sladen.
Creative Commons - find out why you should licence your work with CC and where you can find other people's CC work.
Gnome - learn more about where the desktop is headed.
Linspire - the novice-friendly Linux will be on hand to answer your questions.
Free Software Foundation Europe - Gareth and Shane will tell you why it's important to be free, not just open.
Shadowcat Systems - open source software developer.