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The 6th annual Ohio LinuxFest is coming this weekend, Friday, October 10th and Saturday, October 11th at the the Columbus Convention Center in downtown Columbus, Ohio. LinuxFest is welcome to Free and Open Source Software professionals, enthusiasts, and anyone who wants to take part in the event.
Similar to PodCamps, Ohio LinuxFest is a grassroots conference for the Linux/Open Source Software/Free Software community. It is very much a community event and run by volunteers, some of which also volunteered at the first PodCamp Ohio.
In the spirit of supporting an open community, there are three ways you can register to attend. For those who are enthusiasts or are new to Linux, feel free to register with the FREE “Enthusiast Package”. If you would like to support the community, you can register either with the “Supporter” $65 or the “Professional” $350 package.
See you at Ohio LinuxFest!
Tags: community, linux, linuxfest, ohio, ohio linuxfest, open source
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Habari, one of our sponsors, has been nominated on SourceForge for the Best New Project of 2008. If you’re not familiar with Habari, it is a next-generation blogging platform coded with a firm understanding of the current state of blogging.
Tags: 2008, best software project, habari, open source, source forge, sourceforge
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PodCamp Ohio is proud to be sponsored by Habari, an open source blogging platform.
Habari is a next-generation blogging platform coded with a firm understanding of the current state of blogging. Most other blogging packages have been around long enough that their solutions for features like comment spam and other plug-in functionality result in cumbersome and inefficient patches and plug-ins. Habari is being developed from scratch to take into consideration all of the functionality possible in a modern blogging platform.
Please visit the Habari wiki for more details on what makes Habari different from other blogging platforms.
Tags: blog, blogging, blogging platform, habari, open source
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