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29.06.2009 Summary LinuxTag 2009: Open Source comes out ahead amid crisis

Exhibitors sense growing desire to switch to free software - More than 10,000 visitors make LinuxTag the largest industry event in Europe - Wider-ranging conference programme and greater international participation

24.06.2009 LinuxTag 2009 Europe’s leading meeting place for Open Source opens in Berlin

For the first time over 300 individual events – more than 10,000 visitors expected from around the world

15.06.2009 Win a Android-Phone every day at LinuxTag

As last year our partner tarent GmbH is planning a daily lottery drawing at LinuxTag. The Android platform is probably one of the hottest open source topics this year, for which reason tarent decided to offer daily demonstration of applications and use cases for this platform. LinuxTag Visitors have the chance to win every day a brandnew Android-Phone and additional exciting prices. The lottery is open to everyone and will be drawn Wednesday to Saturday at 5pm at the tarent booth.

12.06.2009 LinuxTag 2009 – a stage and shop window for new open source trends

Software creators and hardware laboratories display a wide range of innovations for companies and private users – 15th LinuxTag to take place from 24 to 27 June in Berlin

11.06.2009 LinuxTag 2009 – programme of papers more diverse and international than ever before

• Now more than 300 individual events • Seven parallel tracks on all four days • Speakers from 23 countries • 15th LinuxTag to take place from 24 to 27 June in Berlin

02.06.2009 First European FUDCon in Berlin

The Fedora Project, a Red Hat sponsored and community-supported open source collaboration project, announced today that the Fedora Project will host the Fedora Users and Developers Conference (FUDCon) between June 26-28, 2009 in Berlin, Germany.