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LJ Interviews LDP’s Greg Hankins

Marjorie Richardson Issue #53, September 1998 With the next Atlanta Linux Showcase (October 23-24) looming on the horizon, I decided it was time to get in touch with Greg Hankins, coordinator of the show and maintainer of the Linux Documentation Project. With the next Atlanta Linux Showcase (October 23-24) looming on the horizon, I decided it was time to get ...

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UniForum ’98 Report

Phil Hughes Issue #52, August 1998 LJ‘s publisher flies to the east coast for the annual UniForum conference and spends more time at Linux track sessions than on the beach. I am writing this article as I fly back from the UniForum Association Spring ’98 Conference. This was only the second East Coast conference held by UniForum in its 17-year ...

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Uniforum ’96

Belinda Frazier Issue #26, June 1996 UniForum ’96, now billed as a Unix and Open Systems show, attracted about 20,000 attendees in San Francisco in February. UniForum ’96, now billed as a Unix and Open Systems show, attracted about 20,000 attendees in San Francisco in February. It included 90 tutorials, seminars, and keynotes from Lew Platt, of Hewlett-Packard, and Scott ...

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COMDEX ’95

LJ Staff Issue #22, February 1996 Open Systems World in DC had a Linux track and exhibition at the same time as Comdex and drew many of the Linux Vendors who otherwise might have been at Comdex. COMDEX is the second largest computer trade show in the world, offering multiple convention floors with 2,000 exhibitors plying their new computer products ...

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Interview with Mark Bolzern

Linux Journal Staff Issue #14, June 1995 Mark Bolzern talks about a recent trip spent promoting Linux and Flagship, the product he sells for Linux and other Unix-like systems. Mark Bolzern is the President of WorkGroup Solutions, Inc, a company selling the FlagShip CA-Clipper language product, and is also a board member of Linux International. When we heard that he ...

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Linux at COMDEX/Fall

Mark Bolzern Issue #14, June 1995 Linux International, Linux Journal, and WorkGroup Solutions have arranged for Linux to have a major presence there. But, there is a problem. We need help. This show is bigger than any of us. COMDEX/Fall is America’s largest computer trade show. It usually has 200,000 attendees, and worldwide is second in size only to CeBit ...

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Linux Development Grant Fund

LJ Staff Issue #9, January 1995 Linux International has announced the formation of the Linux Development Grant Fund, an international fund designed to both promote development for Linux by awarding grants to Linux developers and to give Linux users a way to support Linux development in an organized and efficient fashion. Everybody wins as Linux International creates a grant fund ...

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Linux Organizations

Michael K. Johnson Issue #8, December 1994 Have you ever wanted to rant about commercial applications for Linux? Wanted to find fellow Linux addicts? Wanted an understanding shoulder to cry on because you just typed “rm -rf /”? Linux organizations, at local and global levels, can enhance the sense of community between Linux users. As the Usenet comp.os.linux.* groups get ...

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