Texas Linux Fest is the first state-wide, community-run conference for Linux and open source software users and enthusiasts from around the Lone Star State. Much like SCALE in Los Angeles, Ohio Linux Fest in Columbus, and Linux Fest Northwest -- and an ever-growing list of successful regional shows -- Texas Linux Fest is a weekend event geared towards individual users, rather than an expensive multi-workday expo that might cater primarily to sponsored attendees. Whether you use free software and Linux at home, in your place of business, in your school or non-profit, or you are simply curious, Texas Linux Fest offers something for you.
When and Where
Texas Linux Fest 2010 will take place at the Monarch Event Center in Austin, Texas.
6406 North IH-35
Austin, TX 78752
- Onsite parking is free. Map from Austin Bergstrom International Airport.
Friday April 9
Fedora Ambassadors are invited to Matt Domsch's house for dinner.
Saturday April 10
Booth is 10 ft. by 10 ft. Electricity has been identified as available, but layout and number of outlets available has not been determined.
- Swag on hand for event includes: 400 pieces of pressed media, 150 case badges, 50 bic pens, 100 assorted tattoos. Scott Collier
- Swag pending: some number of t-shirts?
- Vertical Fedora Banners requested Scott Collier
- Event Box requested Scott Collier
- Tri-fold Flyers (maxamillion/davdunc)
- Texas Linux Fest 2010 / Fedora Buttons (maxamillion)
Fedora/Red Hat talks
- 5 Important Topics in the Intersection of Open Source Software and Education, and How You Can Participate -- Max Spevack
Summary, photos, and blog posts
Coming after the event.