Linux in Amsterdam

“Linux does endless loops in six seconds” and other amazing comments were overheard at the First Dutch International Symposium on Linux.
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Aah those were the days

Karel K.'s picture

I just came across this article now, by accident ("now" being 2007). Brings back loads of memories of a fun event already 13 years ago. I especially remember the evening of the first day of the symposium, where we all (visitors and speakers alike) cramped into a Spanish restaurant to have dinner. The cooks and waitresses were all stressed out from having such a large party in there! And of course, the event itself and all the comments were priceless.

(Karel Kubat - co-organizer)

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