LinuxWorld San Francisco

Some cool news (for me anyway :>) - if it all works out, Mandriva's going to be sending me to LinuxWorld in San Francisco this year (conference runs August 6th - 9th at the Moscone Center). First time I've been to a conference and also the first time I've been to SF, so I'm looking forward to it! We'll be part of an Intel booth, apparently, and I expect I'll also be running around pressing One CDs on all and sundry. Hope everything comes together.

Edit, forgot to mention, I'll be travelling to SF on the train - the Amtrak Coast Starlight, which I hear is beautiful. Saves money and carbon and I get to see most of the western seaboard in one trip. Can't be bad.


yoho wrote on 2007-07-16 09:45:
I'm glad Mandriva invests more and more in PR. How long is the travel ?
john wrote on 2007-07-16 23:00:
Oh, fun. I took the Acela Express from New York to Boston a couple of years ago - very pleasant journey, much less stress than flying, and got into South Station rather than Logan so probably saved an hour right there.
adamw wrote on 2007-07-17 18:05:
yoho: just over a day each way - four hours on the bus from Vancouver to Seattle, then 24 hours on the train from Seattle to S.F.
tyme wrote on 2007-07-18 13:10:
Sounds like fun, man. Enjoy it!