February 1st Meeting - Special Event
January 15, 2006
The Hamilton Linux User Group is very proud to announce a special event for our
Wednesday February 1st meeting. Our guests will be Bob Young, Peter Salus and Ren
Bucholz who will be participating in a panel discussion dealing with Linux vs. SCO
and the relevant freedom issues and legalities.
Please join us for this free event in the Hamilton Room of the Hamilton Public Library (Main Branch) at 55 York Street (next to the Farmers Market). The Hamilton Room can be found on the west side of the main lobby.
Map to location [ http://map.hamilton.ca/mapit/MapIT_HGIS/MapIT.aspx?District=Hamilton&StNumber=55&StName=York&Direction=&Suffix=Blvd&label=Central%20Library ]
We will be starting at 7:00pm sharp and finishing by 10:00pm. Refreshments will be generously provided by FibreWired Hamilton [ http://www.fibrewired.com/hamilton/home.shtml ], our sponsor for the evening.
Bob Young [ http://www.ticats.ca/index.php?module=teamstaff&func=display&staffid=32 ] - Owner of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats [ http://www.ticats.ca/ ], Lulu.com digital publishing and co-founder of Red Hat Software [ http://www.redhat.com/ ]
Peter Salus [ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_H._Salus ] - Linguist, computer scientist, historian of technology, author and editor of books on computing
Ren Bucholz [ http://www.eff.org/about/staff/#ren_bucholz ] - Policy Coordinator, Americas, for the Electronic Frontier Foundation
We look forward to seeing you there. Be sure to have tough questions prepared for our guests.
Ron and Jennifer Harwood
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