A Reddit thread posted earlier this week posed the question, “What if Linux distros were super heroes?” Would Ubuntu be Superman? We’ll leave it to the Redditors to debate that one. But we can weigh in on the question “Which super hero would Linux community be?”
The developers, system administrators, architects, business managers, and community leaders who attended LinuxCon and CloudOpen North America this week are all Linux super heroes. But this year some attendees also decided to dress the part – mingling in the hallway track and attending sessions as their favorite hero as part of the event’s first ever Comic Book Hero Day and costume contest.
Attendees were invited to bring their costume from home or rent one from the store available onsite and wear them throughout the day on Thursday. At the end of the day, a panel of three judges chose the “most original,” “most humorous” and “best costume.” Each winner received a one-day pass to Chicago Comic Con, taking place August 21-24 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center. The following winners were announced at the Booth Crawl Thursday evening: Brian Proffitt, Red Hat, as Harry Dresden; Ruth Suehle, Red Hat as the Black Widow; and Matthew Wilcox, Intel as the Flash.
Watch the video, below, to catch a glimpse of these and other Linux heroes in action.
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