2 Oct 2009 cdfrey   » (Journeyer)

Ontario Linux Fest 2009 - Update

    Registration is open! It has been open for a few weeks now, and I've just gotten around to announcing it in my blog here now. Apologies.

    This year's event is being held on Saturday, October 24. Just 3 weeks away! If you register in advance at the website the cost is only $40. If you show up at the door, it is $60. Earlier is better.

    If you would like your name in lights, and would like to help sponsor the event, you can become an individual sponsor as well. More details on the registration page.

    As usual, there's a welcome party on Friday night, and an after party Saturday night. Let us know if you can join us by checking the party options during your registration.

    You can see a partial list of speakers here. The final list and schedule is still in progress, and if you want to submit a presentation topic proposal, there's still time to get it in under the wire.

    The official Twitter feed for the Ontario Linux Fest is @OntarioLinux. We're using the group tag #oglf09. The 'g' is for GNU.

    You can also follow me personally on Identi.ca as @cdfrey. I may post there from time to time as I work on the show guide.

    Hope to see you at the Fest! I'll update this blog more regularly as more news becomes available.

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