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> Southern California Linux Expo, A nonprofit community run event in L.A.
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The Southern California Linux Expo (SCALE) will take place November 22, 2003 at the Los Angeles Convention Center
between 9am and pm. It is a non-profit community run event. Please visit their website at http://www.socallinuxexpo.org for additional information.

If you plan to attend please keep the following codes handy:
"free" will get you free admission into the exhibit hall.
"sclrt" will get you a 60% discount on the talks etc.

These codes can be used on their website at: http://www.socallinuxexpo.org

SCALE 2003 speakers include:

William Irwin, Senior kernel developer who works on improvising the memory management functionality.

Andrew Morton, Main kernel developer, the heralded maintainer of Linux kernel 2.6.

Dan Frye, Founder and Director of the IBM Linux Technology Center, core team
member of US Govt Presidential Information Technology Advisory Committee on Open Source.

Adam Agnew, Active developer, LinuxBIOS.

Matt Asay, Chairman, Novell's Open Source Review Board.

Jeremy White, CEO of Codeweavers Inc.

Paul Usavage, Systems Architect, Lockheed Martin

Jim McQuillan, Founder and project leader of the Linux Terminal Server Project.

Robin Rowe, Founder of the Linux Movies Group, Project Leader of CinePaint.

Chris DiBona, Advocate and contributor to the Open Source community.

Patrick Mochel, Kernel Developer.

Charles Kalil, Information Systems Manager, the City of Garden Grove.

Dan Kegel, Software developer, Linux advocate.

John Terpstra, Samba Cofounder, former VP at Caldera.

Christopher Montgomery, Lead Programer and Founder of Xiph.org.

Seth Nickell, Interaction Designer, Gnome.org.
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