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If you have any questions or need any information, please do not hesitate to contact our press relations manager, Wolfgang Wagner, or the press spokesman of the LinuxTag association, Nils Magnus.

Wolfgang Wagner
LinuxTag Press Relations
Phone: +49-(0)30-3038 2277

Nils Magnus
Spokesman, LinuxTag Association
Phone: +49-(0)176-2373 5864

Press releases

24.02.2010 Call for Projects launched

LinuxTag's philosophy is to promote cooperation between companies and free software projects. Income from the participation of profit-oriented companies allows LinuxTag to finance a professional platform where open projects can present the broad diversity of free software to the public. LinuxTag asks all Free and Open Source Projects to participate in this year's exhibition. The main application round of the Call for Projects ends on March 24th, 2010.

09.01.2010 LinuxTag 2010 – application deadline for programme of papers expires on 29 January

Focus on open source and free software in a professional environment, usage, networking, clouds, and responsibilities in IT 16th LinuxTag from 9 to 12 June 2010 in Berlin

16.11.2009 LinuxTag targets new concept for anniversary event

• LinuxTag e.V. celebrates its tenth anniversary • Association aims for greater involvement of visitors and exhibitors • Registering begins for programme of papers and independent projects • Demand from public administrations for Linux topics • Early Bird discounts for companies • Next LinuxTag from 9 to 12 June 2010 in Berlin.

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

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