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SCALE 12X PGP Keysigning Party

Guest Post by Phil Dibowitz

We've received a lot questions about the PGP Keysigning Party this year, and I'm happy to report that it is indeed going to happen.

However, your faithful PGP enthusiast is taking a year off. Instead of me standing up and yelling instructions, Aaron Toponce has graciously volunteered to lead this year's event. Aaron has led many PGP keysigning parties and I'm sure he will bring his own unique insights and twist.


SCaLE 12X – the 12th annual Southern California Linux Expo – takes place on Feb. 21-23, 2014, at the Hilton Los Angeles Airport hotel. As the first-of-the-year Linux/Open Source software expo in North America, SCaLE 12X expects to host more than 100 exhibitors this year, along with nearly 80 sessions, tutorials and special events

SCaLE is a community run open-source and free software conference held annually in Los Angeles.

Present!  The SCALE Call For Papers is now closed!

Sponsor!  Sponsorship and Non-Profit & dotORG exhibitor opportunities are available.

Attend! Registration for SCALE 12X opens on September 22, 2013.

Get Involved!  Interested in helping to plan this year's conference? Get in touch!

One for the record books

The Southern California Linux Expo turned their annual event up to 11 this year in more ways than one.

SCALE 11X, celebrating its 11th year as the first-of-the-year Linux/Open Source expo in North America, played host to more than 2,300 attendees visiting more than 100 exhibitors and hearing more than 90 speakers giving a wide variety of presentations during the course of the three-day event.

The envelope, please . . .


SCALE 11X attendees voted on their favorite Saturday exhibitors in six different categories, and exhibitors went all out to impress.

The envelope, please . . .

The winners of the SCALE 11X Exhibitor Contest are:

Favorite Clothing Item: Puppet Labs
Most Interesting Swag: HP
Strangest Swag: Zenoss
Most Useful Swag: Silicon Mechanics
Most Passionate .Org: BeagleBoard/PandaBoard
Most Memorable Booth: LinuxChix

Honorable mentions go to: Fedora, RackSpace, O'Reilly Media, Linux Astronomy, OpenStack, M-Go, EFF, So Cal Python.