LinuxWorld in New York City 20-23 January 2004

Saturday, January 17 2004 @ 01:11 PM CST

Contributed by: Anonymous

MozillaQuest Magazine ( reports: The upcoming "IDG LinuxWorld is a computer show well worth attending -- and the price is right if you register before the show starts. Novell's Bruce Lowry discusses Novell's presence at LinuxWorld. 'As for what we're showing on the floor, we will bring pretty much everything we have that touches Linux.. Which is most everything now!'"

"With its acquisitions of SUSE Linux and Ximian plus its role in the SCO v Linux saga as perhaps the real owner of the Unix copyrights, Novell now is one of the biggest players, if not the biggest player, in the Linux World. So it is not surprising that Novell will be rather visible at the January 2004 LinuxWorld EXPO."

"To kick things off for both Novell and the LinuxWorld Expo, Novell CEO Jack Messman will present the opening Keynote address on Wednesday, 21 January 2004." Novell notables Jeff Hawkins, Nat Friedman, Michael Meeks are participating in panel discussions.

The article also has a list of exhibitors, conference tracks, a list of what Novell is bringing, and an interesting discussion of why one should attend LinuxWorld.

Check for the full story and links!

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