Video: A short walk around CeBIT Open Source 2010

Mar 11, 2010

At CeBIT 2010 Open Source was one of the main issues, prominently placed in hall 2. This video of Linux Magazine Online shows an extract of it.

Projects and companies from all over the world were joining in, and Mathias Huber is the tour guide showing the CeBIT surrounding and the Open Source Park. He interviews Mozilla, the Ukrainian company N-ix and the community manager of Nexenta. What you don't see: During the last night of the exhibition a lot of snow came down. To the displeasure for many Germans, but to the delight of the Nexenta-Man Anil -- he was quite happy about his first snowball fight ever. And towards the end of the video you'll get to know what's really cool.

A short walk around CeBIT Open Source 2010.

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