The computer operating system Linux powers 98 percent of the world’s supercomputers, most of the servers that keep the Internet humming, and tens of millions of Android mobile phones and gadgets. As an open-source system, Linux relies on the collaboration of programmers around the world.
Gathering those programmers is the job of the Linux Foundation , which runs a series of large and small events, including LinuxCon , which will draw approximately 1,500 people in New Orleans September 16 to 18. A key task for organizers is fostering a sense of collaboration at these events, so attendees can discuss issues and develop solutions.
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