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Ohio LinuxFest Webcasts

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As you may know, this Saturday, October 11th is the annual Ohio LinuxFest (http://www.ohiolinux.org/). The Northeast Ohio Open Source Society (nooss.org) will be there this year, as in past years, doing a live webcast from the show floor. While it is a free event and you should certainly be going, if for some very good reason you can't make it, you can pick up the stream at either of:

http://radio.nooss.org/
http://radio.ohiolinux.org/

This stream of the show floor features the members of NOOSS talking with exhibitors, participants, visitors and others who wish to stop by and share their experiences at OLF with the world. In addition to providing a great feeling of the fun that is at OLF, they give us excellent information about the goings on.

Speakers and other dignitaries also stop by to share their wisdom, thoughts and just generally talk with us. In the past we've had people like Bradley Kuhn, Max Spivak and even John "Maddog" Hall stop by and fill us in on their Open Source lives.

http://www.nooss.org/wiki/OLFWebCast




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