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LinuxCon and CloudOpen 2014 Keynote Videos Available

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Video recordings of the LinuxCon and CloudOpen North America keynotes are now available on the Linux Foundation YouTube channel, and are embedded below, here.

The event started Wednesday with Executive Director Jim Zemlin's “State of Linux” keynote at 9 a.m. Central, followed by a panel discussion of Linux kernel developers that included Linux Creator Linus Torvalds.

Tomorrow morning keynotes will be streamed live (live video available here with login) and will be available later on in the day. You'll also find live updates on Linux Foundation Twitter,Facebook and Google+ channels and at the #LinuxCon and #CloudOpen hash tags, as well as more in-depth keynote coverage here on Linux.com.

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