Organisation for LugRadio Live USA 2008 on the 12th and 13th April 2008 in San Francisco coninues apace, and we are in the process of confirming exhibitors. Our first raft of exhibitors have just been confirmed, and I can announce them as:

  • Google
  • Dice
  • PostgreSQL
  • O’Reilly
  • OpenSuSE
  • Linden Labs
  • Magnatune
  • gOS
  • Neuros
  • Sun
  • Texas Instruments
  • South California Linux Expo
  • Komputers 4 R Kids
  • San Francisco LUG
  • BytesFree.org
  • Ontario Linux Fest
  • Frets on Fire
  • OpenNMS
  • One Course Source

We are currently working to add another twice as many exhibitors. If you would like to exhibit you’re project, organisation or company, get in touch with us at show AT lugradio DOT org.

Of course, LugRadio Live USA 2008 is much more than just exhibitors, we have 35 speakers who will be speaking across three stages:

  • 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
  • Stewart Smith (MySQL)
  • Dan Kegal (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 Rabanovich (SoCal Linux Expo)
  • Eddy Mulyono (Packaging)
  • Matthew Walster (Demo Scene)

It is going to be a kick-arse event. And remember it is only $10 for the entire weekend. Thats it. Ten bucks. If you want to come and join in the fun, please go and pre-register, it guarantees you’re entry, and also includes a bunch of other benefits. Look forward to seeing you all there! 🙂

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