Rued Langgaards Vej 7
Copenhagen, Hovedstaden DK-2300

Open Source Days is the largest general Linux/BSD/Open Source conference in Denmark, and the 2010 incarnation will be the 12th of its kind. The conference saw the light of day in 1998 as Linux98, and returned the following years under the LinuxForum name. In 2008 the successful conference was renamed to Open Source Days to better reflect its focus an all things open source, and not just Linux.
The conference is run by a handful of devoted persons from the Linux and BSD communities, along with a huge number of persons, who find it fun to help making the conference.

Previously we've had the honour to present a bunch of celebrities from the world wide open source community: Jon "Maddog" Hall, Alan Cox, Louis Suarez-Potts, Wietse Venema, Kalle Dalheimer and Matthias Ettrich (KDE), Miguel de Icaza (GNOME), Poul-Henning Kamp (FreeBSD), David Axmark (MySQL), Dr. Gene Spafford (Security expert from Purdue University), Matt Welsh (Running Linux & Linux Documentation Project) and Wichert Akkerman (Debian), Tobias Oetiker (MRTG, RRDtool, and SmokePing), Postfix Gurus Patrick Koetter and Ralf Hildebrandt, a long with technology specialists from the industry, such as Novell's Baber Amin, Katalin Walcott from IBM, Chief Open Source Officer at Sun Microsystems Simon Phipps, John Smedley, Ingres Europe, Robin Rowe and Gabrielle Pantera of CinePaint fame, Stephen Hemminger, Vyatta and a long list of other interesting people.

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Added by Ludovic Hirlimann on December 31, 2009