Ontario Linux Fest 2009 was this past saturday in Toronto. The event was a great success, many peoples were present. The Fedora booth was a really busy place with many participants asking informations about the project, the next version and playing with the 3 OLPC laptops that Karlie gave us. By the way, seeing Karlie talk about the OLPC project is a sure way to interest peoples, the enthusiasm she deliver is contagious. I am glad to have meet her in person.
All in all, it was a fun weekend. It was a good chance to meet peoples involved in the free software community and have some great talks with them.
Oh, and if you see Mel Chua, ask her about putting a temporary Fedora tattoo on her forehead 😉
The JIT 2009 is over. The event was taking place yesterday on the Laval University campus. I think the event was a great success for everyone.
I would like to take some time to thank everyone that worked very hard to make an event of this size possible.
I leave with some photos of the event, more to come in the next few days. See you next year for JIT 2010!
Ontario Linux Fest will start in 5 days. I invite everyone from the Toronto area to join Mel Chua, Greg DeKoenigsberg and me at the Fedora booth. If you plan to attend, please leave a comment here and don’t forget to register at http://onlinux.ca website!
Ontario Linux Fest is one of the biggest Linux event in the area. This year, like every past years, the conference track is filled with knowledgeable peoples ready to share what they know with you. Also, there is a welcome party Friday evening and reception just after the event on Saturday.
Keep checking here for photos and report of the event!