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SCALE To Host Women in Open Source Mini Conference



FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Los Angeles, CA
January 2, 2007

The Southern California Linux Expo announces plans to a 'Women In Open Source' 
Mini-conference. The goals of the conference are to encourage women to use 
technology and open source and free software, and to explore the obstacles 
that women face in breaking into the technology industry.  The audience will 
be those women who may have an interest in technology, but hesitate to get 
into it because they believe it's a male-only club.  The conference will be 
held in conjunction with the Fifth Annual So Cal Linux Expo, at the Westin 
LAX Hotel.  The 'Women in Open Source' mini-conference will be held February 
9th.

If you are interested in speaking, there are still speaker slots available.   
Contact Gareth Greenaway (gareth socallinuxexpo com) with your talk proposal.

About the Southern California Linux Expo:
The Southern California Linux Expo is the premier grass roots Linux and Open 
Source Software conference in the United States. SCALE 5x, their fifth annual 
event, will be held on February 10th and 11th, 2007 at the Los Angeles 
Airport Westin hotel. SCALE will include seminars by leaders from the open 
source community, tutorials for beginners, and an exhibit hall with both 
vendor booths and non-commercial booths.

Linux Expo of Southern California, Inc. is a non-profit organization whose 
members are currently comprised of, but not limited to, members of the SCLUG, 
USCLUG, and UCLALUGs.
For more information see http://www.socallinuxexpo.org

Call For Papers Submissions:
gareth socallinuxexpo org

Media Inquiries:
Orv Beach
info socallinuxexpo org
1.877.831.2569 ext 120

Attendance Information:
Gareth J. Greenaway
gareth socallinuxexpo org
1.877.831.2569 ext 130 

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Gareth J. Greenaway  | g socallinuxexpo org
Voice - 877-831-2569 x130
Southern California Linux Expo
http://www.socallinuxexpo.org


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