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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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This year the Summit comes to the friendly and fun city of Nashville. We've got an exclusive look. But when it comes to Nashville, words aren't enough. Check out our photo tour that shows off Nashville's musical character, and hear how one Summit attendee last year landed a job at Red Hat. We'll see you there.
by Bascha Harris
The final half of our two-part series on Summit speaker Cory Doctorow. All you ever wanted to know about the state of digital freedom, but didn't know who to ask. We've also got a transcript of the interview, as well as a podcast of the highlights. And don't forget the first half, from last month's issue.
Nashville is a city meant to be heard, but the sights aren't bad either. Join us as we take a closer look at the streets and spirit of Nashville.
Since he couldn't stop for an interview, we've compiled a great list of fast facts about this popular speaker, philanthropist, and technology guru.
See the list of topical tracks. New this year: Emerging Technologies, Storage/Clustering, Ecosystem.
Thought about registering for the Summit? Here are some additional ways to save.
by Elliot Lee
We've always assumed open source is a meritocracy. But is it really? A Red Hat engineer dares to ask the question. His answer may surprise you.
by Paul W. Frields
Ever wonder how the documentation for your favorite software comes together? In the first article of our Documentation series, writer and engineer Paul W. Frields explains the types of software and markup used in the open source community.
by Jonathan Opp
How an Altoids tin, a 9-volt battery, and a few blueprints shared on the web can rock your world. All you need is to download the plans and find the nearest Radio Shack.
Jean-Marc Bouhelier, CEO of Atos Euronext Market Solutions, speaks about partnering with Red Hat to support a joint venture for providing mission-critical technology services for stock exchanges around the world.
by Subbu Krishnamurthy
HP and Red Hat have teamed up to create a clustering solution for making applications and data highly available. The solution combines HP Serviceguard for Linux and Red Hat Global File System.
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