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The Linux Foundation: Gateway to all things Linux

By Joe "Zonker" Brockmeier, Network World, 11/25/2009
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In this podcast, Joe "Zonker" Brockmeier, openSUSE community manager at Novell, speaks with Brian Proffitt, community manager for the Linux Foundation. They talk about the first annual LinuxCon event that happened in Portland, Oregon in September and Brian hints at plans for the next LinuxCon. You'll also get a status update on Linux.com and how the first six months under "new management" have gone, as well as Brain's plans to increase content and contributions for the benefit of all Linux users. Listen here to find out how you can participate. (13:21)

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