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Issue #16 February 2006
- How the Summit changed my life: GPS Consultant Jon Benedict
- A very long talk with Cory Doctorow, part 2
- A photo tour of Nashville
- Summit keynote speaker: Nicholas Negroponte
- Red Hat Summit: Tracks
- We've got a deal for you
- Open source development: The diversocracy
- Introduction to DocBook XML
- The sound of sharing: Headphone amplifiers built the open source way
- Video: EuroNext
- Delivering application and services availability
- Take our user survey
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Red Hat Summit: Special pricing
One size never fits all. We don't think one price does either.
We want to make sure anyone who is interested can afford to join us in Nashville on May 30-June 2, 2006. To this end, we offer an all-inclusive regular admission rate of only $1,199 per person.
This fee covers 4 days and 3 nights at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center. It also includes meals, snacks, and admission to all keynotes, sessions, and evening events (both off and on-site).
We also are offering a number of reduced-rate options:
Provide proof of current academic enrollment or employment, and get our lowest rate yet! $699
Got a group that wants to go? For every two full-price registrations, get the third for half-price.
First two $1,199 each, get the third for $599.50 each.
In-town rate does not include accommodations or evening event admission
Do you live near Nashville? Are you interested in the tech but already seen the town? Our in-town rate covers keynotes, sessions, breakfast and lunch, but does not include accommodations at the Gaylord Opryland Resort or admission to evening events.
Guest rate evening events only
Have a friend or companion who wants to see the town, but isn't interested in the geeky stuff? Bring them along on a guest pass, and they can check out our fabulous evening entertainment! Includes meals. Does not include admission to conference sessions.