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

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.

Additionally, I have a bunch of Mono CDs that Miguel de Icaza gave to=20
Ron Thibeau for us. I should have enough to go around for everyone=20
tonight. Hopefully, we can get Miguel to speak to the group in the future=

For further information and directions please consult the BLU Web site
Please note that there is usually plenty of parking in the E-51 Parking
lot at 2 Amherst St, or on Amherst St.

We will adjourn to the Cambridge Brewery for our after meeting meeting.

Next installfest is Saturday, February 28. I'll send out a separate=20
notice later.

Virtualization Deep Dive Day=20
is on Friday, Feb 20th. A message has already been sent out on this.

Jerry Feldman <gaf-mNDKBlG2WHs at>
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