The Ubuntu Live conference is coming to Portland, Oregon (US) between July 22 and July 24, 2007.
This will be the first official conference dedicated to Ubuntu. The three-day event will aim to give participants in-depth knowledge of the features in Ubuntu and related applications. The conference will feature expert-led tutorials, big-picture plenary gatherings, focused sessions, and a lively “hallway track” to bring attendees face to face with the members of the Ubuntu community from all around the world.
The Ubuntu Live conference will coincide with the O’Reilly 2007 Open Source Convention (OSCON).
The call for participation for Ubuntu Live is now open until February 14.
Have a great Ubuntu-related idea that needs exposure to a wider audience? Best practices or knowledge you’d like to share? Want to help guide the future of Ubuntu? If so, we want to hear from you!— Program chair Jane Silber.
Submissions are welcome on any aspects of developing, using, customizing, or deploying Ubuntu and can be submitted via the Ubuntu Live web site.
The conference will bring together the people who deploy and manage Ubuntu in the enterprise, companies offering services and solutions based on Ubuntu, and the folks who build it. Participants will include IT professionals, government and business leaders, educators, community leaders, and enterprise users.
The general registration for participants will open in April 2007.