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Ontario Linux Fest Press Release



Toronto, Ontario - 09 October 2007: Ontario Linux Fest holds its inaugural conference in Toronto, Ontario at the Toronto Congress Centre at 650 Dixon Road on Saturday, October 13, 2007.

Free Software leaders including Jon ‘maddog’ Hall of Linux International, Theodore Ts’o of IBM and Louis Suarez-Potts of and many others are presenting topics of interest to Linux and Open Source enthusiasts and the general public alike. Learn about the latest innovations in computer software, flexible telephony, software freedom and your rights, and meet the luminaries who are revolutionizing our digital world.

The Ontario Linux Fest is a day-long conference on Saturday 13 October 2007 at the Toronto Congress Centre. Presentations run from 8:30am to 5:30pm. It is organized by members of the Linux community for the Linux community and the general public. Generous sponsorship from Google, Research In Motion, IBM, Novell and other Free Software supporters make Ontario Linux Fest possible.

Free Software refers to computer software that protects the rights of every computer user. It can be used, studied, modified, repaired, improved and redistributed to other computer users.

John Van Ostrand

The Ontario Linux Fest
564 Weber St. N. Unit 12
Waterloo, Ontario CA N2L 5C6
Phone: 877-TUX-FEST
Phone: 866-883-1172 x 5102
Fax: 866-883-8533

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