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When you come down to Atlanta, GA for COMDEX/Spring '97, held June 2-5, save on your plane fare by staying over the weekend and visit the Atlanta Linux Showcase in the Atlanta Inforum, just 2 blocks east of the Georgia World Congress, home of COMDEX. Events have been planned Thursday and Friday evenings (June 5 & 6), with the actual conference and exhibition taking place Saturday and Sunday (June 7 & 8).
This year's conference includes some very big names in the world of Linux. Linus Torvalds, Jon 'maddog' Hall, and Dave Miller are among a long list of featured speakers. Be sure to pre-register to insure your seat during the talks. Admission to the talks is very reasonable.
The exhibition is free of admission and open to the public. Here you can meet with a growing number of vendors who are offering products and services for the Linux community.
The Atlanta Linux Showcase is being presented by the Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts, a local group of Linux users who meet monthly, on the campus of Georgia Tech University, to discuss and promote Linux.