All keynote sessions from the LinuxCon 2011 conference held in Vancouver this week are being made available for free public streaming today through Friday (Aug. 17-19). However, the sessions are streaming on a fixed schedule, as detailed in this post.
The LinuxCon North America Vancouver 2011 keynotes are available for streaming according to following schedule. Click each talk’s title for an overview of what it will cover. To receive a URL for free access to these keynote video streams, register here.
Wednesday, August 17:
- 9:00am PDT — Imagine a World Without Linux — Jim Zemlin, Executive Director of The Linux Foundation
- 9:30am PDT — The Challenges of the Next 20 Years of Linux — Jim Whitehurst, CEO at Red Hat
- 4:00pm PDT — Panel: 20 Years of Linux — Dan Frye, Vice President, Open Systems Development, IBM Systems & Technology Group; Jon “Maddog” Hall, Executive Director at Linux International; Eben Moglen, Director-Counsel at Software Freedom Law Center; Jim Zemlin, Executive Director at The Linux Foundation (Moderator)
- 4:45pm PDT — A Conversation with Linus Torvalds — Greg Kroah-Hartman in conversation with Linux Creator Linus Torvalds
Thursday, August 18:
- 9:00am PDT — Linux – A Short Retrospective and an Opinion on the Future — Dr. Irving Wladawsky-Berger, IBM
- 9:40am PDT — Enabling Developers with WebOS and the Power of Open Source and Linux — by Phil McKinney, Vice President and Chief Technology Officer at HP
- 4:00pm PDT — Demand for Mobility Drives Open Source Innovation — by Mark Charlebois, Director of Open Source Strategy at Qualcomm Innovation Center
- 4:30pm PDT — Good Collaboration in 2 Words: Structured Fighting — by Clay Shirky, Acclaimed Author of “Here Comes Everybody”
Friday, August 19: