|Steve DuChene led the Technical Track.
|Jon "maddog" Hall preaches Linux evangelism.
|Bob Young abandoned all prepared texts and presented his own view of the future of Linux.
|Miguel de Icaza uses descriptive gestures to describe how RAID works.
|Michael Maher presents the Red Hat Package Manager.
|David Miller, caught in a rare moment (he's standing still enough to be photographed), describes the genius and madness behind the Sparc Linux port.
|Phil Hughes presents the past, present and future of Linux, including a case study of how Linux has made him independently wealthy.
|Dr. Lloyd Brodsky presents a freely available groupware application.
|Don Rosenberg on selling Linux - Marketing for Technical Folks (photo not available)
|Miguel de Icaza's striking graphic of a RAID 0 configuration (Redundant Array of Inexpensive Penguins?)
|Mike Gancarz, Author of The Unix Philosophy
|Lester Hightower presents a case study of how Linux was deployed in one company, completely replacing a Novell/Wintel setup.
|Jeff Farnsworth of Caldera presents Open Linux and the creation of a support support network for Independent Sofware Vendors.
|Eric Raymond contrasts the traditional model of commercial software development (the Cathederal model) with the method that produced Linux (the Bazaar model).
|Richard Henderson on "Why you need shared libraries for Linux/Alpha, but you don't need shoes."
|Steve Webb gives presents the different offerings that Caldera's Open Linux line offers.
|David Mandelstam describes the workings of Wide Area Networking technolgies.
|Jim Paradis on running Linux/x86 software under Linux/Alpha
|Mark Bolzern peers into his crystal ball to see the future of Linux.
|Eric Ayers led the Business Track.