SCALE 10X to host SCALE Kids Conference
Very cool news from the organizers of SCaLE:
LOS ANGELES – For the first time ever, the Southern California Linux Expo will host the SCALE Kids Conference, a free and open source event where the community leaders of tomorrow will be able to spotlight their talents and ideas.
The goal of the conference is to be as "kid driven" as possible. The event offers a unique opportunity for kids 10 to 16 to see and experience the inner workings of planning, determine the content, and help to steer the direction that the conference will take.
The SCALE Kids Conference will take place on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2012 in parallel with the main SCALE 10X conference.
For those parents and kids interested in helping to plan the event, we encourage you to join the scale-kids mailing list at the following URL. https://lists.linuxfests.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/scale-kids
SCALE 10X will be held from Jan. 20-22 at the Hilton Los Angeles Airport Hotel. For more information on SCALE 10X, visit http://www.socallinuxexpo.org
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