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  • user warning: Table 'cache' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache SET data = '<p>Next Saturday (August 4th), Warren and I head off to San Francisco for the <a href=\"http://www.linuxworldexpo.com/\" target=\"_lwsite\">LinuxWorld Expo 2007</a>. We will be helping to staff the <a href=\"http://openvz.org/\" target=\"_openvzsite\">OpenVZ</a> booth at the <a href=\"http://www.linuxworldexpo.com/live/12/events/12SFO07A/exposition/CC999813\" target=\"_dop\">.org Pavilion</a>.</p>\n<p>This opportunity kind of fell unexpectedly into my lap when Kir posted an <a href=\"http://community.livejournal.com/openvz/15447.html\" target=\"_kir\">announcement</a> that they were looking for a few community members to help staff the booth given the fact that they had seven exhibit passes and would only be sending two of the OpenVZ developers over from Russia, \"as to not stall development.\"</p>\n<p>I\'ve been increasing my OpenVZ knowledge and plan to practice giving demos with Warren a bit on Sunday and Monday. I\'ve been using OpenVZ on a daily basis for over a year now, given two public OpenVZ presentations, written several articles... so interacting with community members and promoting OpenVZ to the crowd at LinuxWorld Expo seems like a natural progression. I really look forward to meeting Kir Kolyshkin and Konstantin Khorenko from the project as well as Marc Perkel who will also be staffing the booth.</p>\n<br class=\"clear\" />', created = 1411243568, expire = 1411329968, headers = '' WHERE cid = 'filter:1:bfab388aa2ce4e428baeb15f980098b4' in /home/dowdle/public_html/montanalinux/includes/database.mysql.inc on line 121.

Getting ready for LinuxWorld Expo 2007

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Next Saturday (August 4th), Warren and I head off to San Francisco for the LinuxWorld Expo 2007. We will be helping to staff the OpenVZ booth at the .org Pavilion.

This opportunity kind of fell unexpectedly into my lap when Kir posted an announcement that they were looking for a few community members to help staff the booth given the fact that they had seven exhibit passes and would only be sending two of the OpenVZ developers over from Russia, "as to not stall development."

I've been increasing my OpenVZ knowledge and plan to practice giving demos with Warren a bit on Sunday and Monday. I've been using OpenVZ on a daily basis for over a year now, given two public OpenVZ presentations, written several articles... so interacting with community members and promoting OpenVZ to the crowd at LinuxWorld Expo seems like a natural progression. I really look forward to meeting Kir Kolyshkin and Konstantin Khorenko from the project as well as Marc Perkel who will also be staffing the booth.


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