Here's a bit more: we've been invited to host a stand there. I have the
floor plan here and we're going to be right at the back in the IIA
pavillian (IP15 if you have the plan)
It's a 3x2m stand, with stand and ethernet connection, lights and a few
I brought this up at the CLUG meeting on Thursday night. A mighty
argument ensued. I'll summarise the arguments as best I can later when I
have a bit more time.
Mark Fallon wrote:
>> I just got a piece of Junk e-mail from ComputerScope
> magazine. As I was searching for the unsubscribe option,
> I noticed something interesting. In their "stellar lineup"
> (their phrase not mine) of exhibitors they list Corel.
> Okay not strange, Corel do have an office suite and some
> good graphics programs, but they list Corel as Corel (Linux).
>> Now Windows World is a boring show, it is aimed at managers with
> the usual Microsoft marketing hype, the usual stuff ranging from,
> "Freedom To Innovate" to "We Invented", so it is defintely
> different to see one of the stands being allowed to push Linux.
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