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LugRadio Live USA: 12-13th April 2008, the Metreon, San Francisco, CA

LugRadio Live USA 2008 is over

12th and 13th April 2008 - The Metreon Theater, San Francisco

Videos now available!

See the schedule page for videos of talks at LugRadio Live USA as they become available!

What you missed

Featuring: Miguel de Icaza (Mono / Novell / Co-Founder Of GNOME), Ian Murdoch (OpenSolaris / Founder Of Debian), Robert Love (GNOME / Google), Aza Raskin (Mozilla / Humanized), Benjamin Mako Hill (Ubuntu / Debian / FSF), John Buckman (Magnatune), Val Henson (Kernel / VAH consulting), Christopher Blizzard (Mozilla / GNOME), Mike Linksvayer (Creative Commons), David Schleef (GStreamer), Matthew Garrett (Power Management / Kernel), Danese Cooper (Intel / OSI), Aaron Bockover (Banshee / Novell), Liana Holmberg (Second Life / Linden Lab), Emma Jane Hogbin (Hick Tech), Joe Zonker Brockmeier (OpenSuSE / Novell), Kristen Accardi (Kernel), Joe Born (Neuros), Selena Deckelmann (PostgreSQL), Stewart Smith (MySQL), Dan Kegel (Wine), Ben Collins (Ubuntu / Kernel), Jason Kridner (Texas Instruments), Jeremy Allison (Samba / Google), Christian Hammond (VMWare), Ian McKeller (Songbird), Alison Randall (Parrot / Perl / OSCON), David Huffman (LVM), Brian Will (Pigeon), Belinda Lopez (Ubuntu), Ilan Rabinovitch (SoCal Linux Expo), Eddy Mulyono (Packaging), Matthew Walster (Demo Scene)

See the LugRadio Live USA trailer video and post it to your weblog!

LugRadio Live USA 2008 brings San Francisco the unique atmosphere of LugRadio Live UK, an event that has developed a strong reputation for providing a range of topics about free software, Open Source, digital rights, technology and more, a compelling list of speakers, exhibitors and birds of a feather sessions, and wrapping it all in a unique, fun, loose, social and inclusive event, which is often described as combining the atmosphere of a rock concert and a computer conference.

LugRadio Live USA 2008 brings this unique atmosphere to the USA, with around 30 speakers, over 20 exhibitors, an eclectic range of BOF sessions, and plenty of additional sessions such as our debate discussion panel, a showcase of five minute talks, tech demos, and of course a live recording of LugRadio in front of an audience.

Evening Parties

The evening parties are now confirmed:

Fri 11th April - 8pm - The Thirsty Bear, 661 Howard St. San Francisco, California 94105

Sat 12th April - 8.30pm - Jillian's, 101 4th Street, Ste 1070 San Francisco, CA 94103

Thanks to Google for providing a bar tab on the Saturday night. For more details on the parties, see http://www.jonobacon.org/?p=1176 for more information.


Grateful thanks

LRL USA is happening because we're being sponsored by people. We'd like to say a great big thanks to Google, for all the hard work that Leslie Hawthorn, Cat Allman, and Kynan are doing to make LRL happen in America!


We'd also like to say thanks to our other sponsors, Dice.com, who are making it possible for the LugRadio team to be in the US at all!

LinuxQuestions Also thanks to our media partners, LinuxQuestions

Linux Pro Magazine and Linux Pro Magazine!

What is LugRadio Live?

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LugRadio Live USA: 12-13th April 2008, the Metreon, San Francisco, CA

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