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FreedomHEC

 

Coming to Seattle in May for that other hardware conference?

 

On your way out, don't just cry in your beer about your stolen Christmas -- stay for the hardware unconference where you're in charge.

 

Instead of telling you to "get prepared" for a software vendor's surprises, FreedomHEC makes you a first-class citizen of the platform.

 

Forget "There's no mass Linux market!" vs. "There's not enough hardware support!" The chicken/egg dilemma is over. The chickens are busting out.

 

 

 

Who: Hardware engineers and driver developers

 

What: High-intensity learning, networking and empowerment unconference

 

Where: Seattle, Washington, USA

 

When: May 26-27, 2006

 

Why: Take control of your own destiny and make your hardware valuable to the growing Linux market.

 

 

 

Who's Who at FreedomHEC

 

(add yourself!)

 

Greg Kroah-Hartman -- device driver educator

 

Greg K-H is the maintainer for Linux subsystems including the driver core, sysfs, kobject, kref, and debugfs code. He also helped start the linux-hotplug and udev projects, and is one half of the kernel stable maintainer team. He works for SuSE Labs / Novell and does various kernel related things for them. Greg is co-author of the book \"Linux Device Drivers, 3rd Edition\" and a contributing editor for Linux Journal.

 

 

Don Marti -- power strip untangler and manager of miscellaneous

 

Don Marti has been an organizer of events including Burn All GIFs Day and the "Free Dmitry" movement. As a boy, he ran away from home and joined the trade show.

 

Contact Don at: dmarti@zgp.org or 510-332-1587

 

 

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