From Big Blue booths to freshly laundered jumpsuits, LinuxWorld brings out the faithful.
IBM's big booth at LinuxWorld. The company is planning a worldwide campaign to cultivate local talent among developers and entrepreneurs.
Credit: David Berlind
Novell CEO Jack Messman delivered a keynote speech at LinuxWorld Tuesday. Among other topics, he talked up Hula, a new open-source software project for servers handling e-mail, calendars and contact lists.
Reza Rooholamini, Dell's director of enterprise solutions. Engineers reporting to Rooholamini are developing clustering code for Linux that gets contributed to the open-source community.
Red Hat's booth is right in front of the convention hall's main entrance.
Egenera had announced it would be shipping Opteron blades, but this doozy of a tower is full of Intel's Opteron-killers (EM64Ts).
The Central Command booth features antivirus software and freshly laundered jumpsuits.
A bejeweled penguin greets visitors to LinuxWorld.