LinuxWorld UK Impresses With Depth - page 5
If this is going to be the quality of Linux shows here in the UK, then I want more! We had a brilliant range of companies and a rich conference program. Almost everybody here was an enthusiast on Linux, and those that weren't had obviously had their interest piqued enough to attend. I doubt any of them went away without strong feelings about where they were going next with the Linux platform.
On the downside, the show was smaller than I expected and some companies--often the larger contributors like IBM and HP--made less of an effort to show their personal wares than I would have liked. Still, I'm looking forward to the show next year and it's definitely in the diary for me to attend.
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