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Launching Savoir-faire Linux in Ontario



Savoir-faire Linux is launching in Ontario! Join us in Toronto next Thursday and Friday (October 29-30) to celebrate this event, and 30 years of Free Software, at the Free Software and Open Source Symposium at Seneca College:

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Free Software and Open Source Symposium at Seneca College, October 29-30, 2015

To make this occasion memorable:

Of course, we’ll have plenty of time to discuss Free Software, Innovation, and the next digital revolution, over a beer (or two). John Chambers predicted the Internet of Everything will represent 7 to 10 times the impact of the Internet, a value creation he estimates at no less than $19 trillion over the next ten years.

sflinux-ontarioThere is no doubt in my mind that Free Software will continue to spearhead technical innovations, especially since collaboration and the pace of change are accelerating exponentially. After all, the Linux ecosystem is worth $30 billion today, according to Peter Diamandis. The future is bright and open!

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