For the third year, LogOn Technology Transfer will be organizing

a series of Linux events throughout Europe called Linux@work.

These 1-day, city-to-city events, will take place in several

European venues in 2001:

Linux@work Oslo May 9, 2001

Linux@work Stockholm May 10, 2001

Linux@work Helsinki May 11, 2001

Linux@work Frankfurt May 15, 2001

Linux@work Zurich May 16, 2001

Linux@work Milan May 17, 2001

Linux@work Paris June 13, 2001

Linux@work Brussels June 14, 2001

Linux@work Amsterdam June 15, 2001

Linux@Work is unique because it is the only series of free

business -to- business Linux events designed to unite the leaders

in the Linux community with European IS professionals. More than

2,500 visitors attended the 2000 event series – triple that of

1999. Attending Linux@work is for free.

As of today, 2,261 IT-Professionals have already pre-registered

to Linux@work 2001.

Corporate Partners of Linux@work Europe 2001 are:

Acucorp, Adcore, OpenSource – Gruppo di Lavoro AICA, Borland,

Celestix Networks, Compaq, Data Respons, Eicon, Free Software

Foundation, Fujitsu Siemens Computers, Hewlett-Packard, IBM,

Informix, Intel, Kingston Technology, Lexmark, LinSoft, Linux

International, Linux Valley, LIVE-Linux Verband, Lotus

Development, McGraw-Hill, Medialogic, Metrowerks, Novell, OMG,

Peregrine Systems, Quadratec, Raining Data, SCO/Caldera, SEP

Elektronik, SGI, Storagetec, SuSE, Terma, Vitrociset, Xybernaut

Media Partners:

Addison-Wesley, Alt om DATA, dpunkt.verlag, Linux Magasinet,

Linux Journal Italy, Linux Magazine France, Markt+Technik,

Mondadori Informatica, NLC-Norwegian Linux Community,

Nätverk&Kommunikation, Online PC Zeitung, PC World Norge, Pearson

Education, Tietoviikko, Wiley

Event URL:


Milos Gedosev

LogOn Technology Transfer

Tel. +49-6173-95 58 50


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