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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

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

22.05.2009 A major attraction - LinuxTag: Open Source week in the German capital

• Other events accompanying LinuxTag • Xen Directions Europe, FUDCon EMEA, Berlin Open ’09 • A total of more than 300 papers in over 40 tracks

22.05.2009 LinuxTag 2009: Advanced training and career opportunities on offer

Co-operation with German Unix User Group and Linux Professional Institute – Early-bird discount on tutorial bookings made until 15 May – Europe’s leading event for Linux and Free Software from 24 to 27 June 2009 in Berlin

06.04.2009 LinuxTag Call for Projects – Berlin wants independent projects!

To date more than 60 independent projects have announced their participation – deadline on 7 April – Europe’s leading event for Linux and free software to take place from 24 to 27 June 2009 in Berlin

16.03.2009 Foreign Minister Steinmeier acts as patron of LinuxTag 2009

Berlin, 10 March 2008 – Foreign Minister Dr. Frank-Walter Steinmeier has agreed to act as patron of LinuxTag 2009. As at the previous event, his support will emphasise the importance of this technology for industry as an innovative force in Germany and for medium-sized enterprises in Germany and Europe.

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