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Live Blog from LinuxCon: Qualcomm, Facebook and Twitter Keynotes

The action begins Thursday morning at 9:15 a.m. with a keynote from Rob Chandhok of Qualcomm. He'll talk about "Mobility, Proximity and Compute Meshes."

9:35 is Amir Michael from Facebook to talk about Open Compute.

And 9:55 is Chris Aniszczyk of Twitter to talk about the open source technology behind a tweet. 

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{VIDEO} How Much Do You Really Know About Linux?

LinuxCon and CloudOpen are off to a great start, and there is still a lot to come. In fact, the man (that would be Linus) takes the stage in about an hour. If you're not here, don't miss him on the live stream.

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Slideshow: LinuxCon and CloudOpen Kick Off in San Diego

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Live Blogging LinuxCon: Wednesday Afternoon Keynotes

Live coverage of LinuxCon and CloudOpen 2012 starts again this afternoon at 4 p.m. with a keynote from Linus Torvalds. 

See the full conference schedule for a list of keynote speakers. This afternoon we'll hear from Intel's Imad Sousou, Kyle MacDonald of Canonical and a panel discussion on the state of the Linux kernel with Linus Torvalds, Greg Kroah-Hartman, Ted T'so, Sarah Sharp and James Bottomley. 

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Live Blogging LinuxCon: Wednesday Morning Keynotes

Welcome to LinuxCon and CloudOpen 2012! We'll be live blogging the morning keynotes here. Join us at 9:15 a.m. for a keynote from Linux Foundation Executive Director Jim Zemlin. 

Live Blogging LinuxCon 2012: Wednesday Morning Keynotes

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What Users Want for the Cloud

Today is opening day of LinuxCon and the first-ever CloudOpen. It represents the culmination of months of preparation and collaboration with speakers, sponsors and members of the community. And, it represents possibly the largest assembly of open source developers, sysadmins, cloud architects and business executives working on open technologies that we've ever had in one place at one time. 

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IBM's Angel Diaz: 3 Projects Creating User-Driven Standards for the Open Cloud

To seasoned software standards expert Angel Diaz, today’s effort to create interoperability in the cloud is reminiscent of the mid-90s when HTTP emerged as a state-of-the-art technology. Every application server had to do that same function but there was no standard, he said. And so IBM helped create Apache web server software and the standard code for building web pages.

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Follow Our Live Coverage from LinuxCon and CloudOpen

Today I'm headed to sunny San Diego for the LinuxCon and CloudOpen conferences. Woohoo!

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Announcing the Winners of the LinuxCon "Find Skater Tux" Competition

Today we're very excited to announce the winners of our "Find Skater Tux" competition, which invited community members to locate the skateboard-riding penguin on our web properties and send us the URL for a chance to win a custom Linux skateboard.

 

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Winning T-Shirt Contest Designs On Sale This Week at LinuxCon

Brian Beck took first place in this year’s “Inspired by Linux” t-shirt design contest. We followed up with him shortly after the contest results were announced to find out more about his involvement with Linux and the open source community and what inspired his design.

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