Linux-Kongress: Keynote Videos Online
The videos show James Bottomley, Jonathan Corbet and Dirk Hohndel holding their keynotes at Linux-Kongress last week.
The director of the Linux Foundation and Linux SCSI developer, James Bottomley opened the Linux-Kongress in Hamburg, Germany this week with a keynote investigating the commonalities and differences among the various Open Source operating systems. He didn't mince words, when he called OS X a luxury jail.
In the second keynote of the Linux-Kongress in Hamburg, Germany, cofounder of LWN.net and kernel developer Jonathan Corbet presented details on yesterday's released Kernel 2.6.27, but also described some of the work Linus Torvalds and his group of hackers have been up to.
In the closing speech of the Linux Kongress in Hamburg, Intel's CTO Dirk Hohndel appealed to the developer community to orientate themselves more strongly on the needs of users.
Linux New Media has been streaming the keynotes of Linux-Kongress October 9-10 live and for free. Now the streaming videos are online and can be watched for free anytime.
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