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Boston Linux Meeting Wednesday, February 18, 2009 Linux Total Cost of Ownership

On Thu, Feb 12, 2009 at 11:19:45AM -0500, Jerry Feldman wrote:
> When: February 18, 2009 7PM (6:30PM for Q&A)
> Topic: Linux Total Cost of Ownership
> Moderators: Rich Braun
> 	Frank Curran  - Novell
> Location: MIT Building E51, Room 395  NOTE: Room Change
> Rich Braun originally brought up the subject during a discussion in 
> December on the future of OpenSource Software. You can throw out a lot 
> of different figures, such as the cost of the Enterprise Linux systems 
> (such as RHEL and SLES), the cost of supporting the installations, such 
> as system administrators and training. Rich and Frank can present these 
> costs from different perspectives. While there will be a formal portion 
> of the presentations, we will then have a discussion.
> ......
> We will adjourn to the Cambridge Brewery for our after meeting meeting.

Jerry, Just a notion, does Blu have a gcalendar (google calendar) up? 

Asking because gcal's allow you to blend multiple calendars so you
can see how other peoples/groups schedules mesh up with your own. Makes
it quite easy to reserve spots for good Linux meetings. :-)

Jeff kinz.

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