Day 3: RedHat Party
After the SVLUG meeting, there were two parties to go to. I first tried to
go to the LinuxWorld party at the café Babylon, but I didn't stay long because
I still hadn't gotten the chance to eat anything, and by the time I got there,
had there been any food earlier, it was all gone. However, the major problem
was that the party was kind of dead: there was hardly anyone I knew there, and
no much was happening.
So, I headed right away for the RedHat party, and that's where everyone was.
With the exception of Linus, the man himself, most of the other panelists were
The setting was great, there was music and dancing, food (deserts) and drinks
in more than adequate quantity.
those were actually pretty good, RH did not spare any expenses
If you're reading this from a linux machine, it's most likely thanks to the guy
on the right, Donald "Arnie" Becker who wrote most of the ethernet drivers for
I swear, they weren't drunk
||David "Sparc" Miller|
Donnie (Barnes, from RH) usually doesn't like to have his picture taken. Oops
Doesn't Bob Young (RedHat) look like a nice guy?
Alexandre Petit-Bianco, Me, and Drew Bertola
The party was awesome. Make sure you check out the other pictures in the picture library. Besides, I say it's really cool to dance
between the guy who wrote your X server, and the guy who wrote your ethernet
Thank you very much RedHat!
You may want to check out
report of that evening
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