PC-BSD will be at Ohio LinuxFest on Saturday, September 29 at the Greater Columbus Convention Center, in the downtown arena-district Columbus, Ohio. Kris, Ken, and Dru will be giving out PC-BSD DVDs and cool swag at the FreeBSD booth in the expo area. Kris will also be giving a presentation on PC-BSD at 11:00.
Registration is free for this event, so if you are in the area, drop by the booth and say hi!
We will be giving out PC-BSD 9.1-Beta1 DVDs, FreeNAS 8.2-RELEASE CDs, and other cool swag at the BSD booth during Texas LinuxFest. The booth is #37 in the Red Oak Ballroom of the Norris Conference Center in San Antonio. The expo is open on Saturday, August 4 from 10–6. Registration is required and costs $20 or $50.
Kris Moore will give a presentation on PC-BSD 9 at 13:30 on Saturday and Dru Lavigne will give a presentation on FreeNAS 8.3 at 11:20.
There will be a FreeBSD booth in the Expo area of OSCON in Portland, OR on July 18–19.
As usual, there will be a bunch of cool swag, as well as free PC-BSD 9–20120622 DVDs and FreeNAS 8.2 BETA4 CDs. If you’re at OSCON or in the Portland area, drop by to say hi! Donations will also be accepted for the FreeBSD Foundation.
OSCON is being held at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland, OR. You can get a free Expo pass here.
Several members of the PC-BSD team will be at SouthEast LinuxFest to be held in Charlotte, NC from June 8–10.
Kris Moore will be presenting an “Introduction to PC-BSD 9″ on Friday.
Ken Moore will be presenting “PBI Package Management and Creation” on Saturday.
We’ll be giving out PC-BSD DVDs and cool swag at the BSD booth on Saturday and Sunday. If you’re around, drop by and say hi.
This event is free to attend and pre-registration is recommended. A $65 supporter registration is also available for those who wish to help support the costs of running the conference.
BSDCan will be held at Ottawa University in Ottawa, Canada from May 9–12.
There will be a PC-BSD booth on May 11–12 in Morisett Hall (see the BSDCan website for a map). If you’re in town, drop by the booth to say hi, pick up a DVD and some swag, and meet other BSD users.