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Friday Mar 3rd 2pm - 6pm
Saturday Mar 4th 10am - 6pm
Sunday Mar 5th 10am - 2pm
Funtoo is a community of people who are dedicated to creating a supportive environment for learning about and using free software, led by Daniel Robbins.
Funtoo Linux is a Linux-based operating system that is a variant of Gentoo Linux. Funtoo Linux is a meta-distribution that builds packages automatically from source code. Installation images are optimized for the best possible performance on the latest Intel and AMD hardware.
Started in 1997, the GNOME project builds and maintains one of the world’s most popular GNU/Linux-based desktops, and creates and maintains important technologies that are crucial to the Linux ecosystem. The desktop and technologies have been used in successful large-scale enterprises, public deployments, and a large number of popular mobile devices. Recently, the GNOME project has been championing the creation of technologies like Flatpak and the Builder IDE in an effort to improve the developer story across the board in the Linux community.
GNU Health is community-based, Free/Libre Health and Hospital Information System, deployed in many countries around the globe. It merges Social Medicine with state of the art advances in bioinformatics, providing a framework for integrative medicine, governments and Public Health institutions as well as research organizations.
We'll discuss case studies in Public health, integration with other Free Software community projects such as OpenStreetMaps, and the upcoming GNU Health Federation model to interconnect large, heterogeneous health networks.
Gobot (https://gobot.io) is a open source framework for robotics, drones, and the Internet of Things (IoT) written in the Go programming language. With support for many different hardware and software platforms, Gobot provides a simple yet powerful way to create applications that interact with the physical world.
Open source software is a strategic priority for HPE. HPE creates new possibilities for technology to have a meaningful impact on people, businesses, governments and society. HPE not only extensively uses open source within the company but also contributes our expertise to hundreds of open source projects worldwide. To learn more visit the HPE open source community page: http://www8.hp.com/us/en/campaigns/opensource/community.html
iXsystems is a pioneer in building innovative storage solutions and enterprise servers for a global marketplace based on open technology. With decades of expertise, many contributions to Open Source communities, and stewardship of leading Open Source projects, iXsystems has become the leader of innovative storage and server solutions for the global open technology market. Thousands have come to rely on iXsystems' approach to doing business.
LibreOffice is a Free & Open Source suite of office applications
available for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows, Android, and the
LibreOffice is developed and supported by The Document Foundation, an
independent self-governing meritocracy focused on delivering the best
possible document production software to a broad range of users.
LinHES is a Linux distribution dedicated to creating a home entertainment appliance. LinHES features a consistent GUI from install to daily use. While MythTV is the core of LinHES, it takes the complexity out of the install and setup. It also features Kodi, MAME and other software geared towards entertainment. LinHES makes it easy to share your recordings over a home network. LinHES is simple, powerful home entertainment.