CeBIT Open Source 2010: All Talks in Free Live Stream

Feb 26, 2010

Tuesday is kick-off for CeBIT, the world's foremost tradeshow for the digital industry in Hannover, Germany, and with it high-class talks in the CeBIT Open Source forum. All talks will be visible on a live-stream in the internet.

Top-quality lectures and keynote speeches are the hallmarks of this extremely popular forum, March 2-6. The Open Source Forum will serve as the lively hub of the exhibition in hall 2, which in turn features a diverse range of open source companies and independent projects.

Among the speakers on stage will be Klaus Knopper, who will be "Introducing Knoppix 6.3", Jim Zemlin, executive directore of the Linux Foundation who will talk about "All Things Linux". FSFE president Karsten Gerloff, will give a talk about "Opening up the market for Free Software: The battle for interoperability", the German open-source-professor Dirk Riehle of the university Erlangen-Nuremberg will give insight in "Open Source – A New Software Developer Career", the Mozilla project is present with Chris Hofmann and many, many more.

On Thursday you can witness the Linux New Media Awards, where projects, people and organizations will be rewarded for outstanding innovations and contributions to Linux, open source and free software in six categories.

The complete program is to be found here.

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