nickstoughton writes "The Linux Standard Base (LSB) project is holding its annual plenary meeting next week, Aug 8, in San Francisco, to coincide with LWE. The meeting is open to all, and the workgroup is seeking feedback on the next direction to take now that LSB 3.0 is out. But ... you must sign-up in advance since the meeting is to be held in IBM's San Francisco offices, and building securuty needs to know names for badges. At very least, this should be an opportunity to grill the developers of the standard as to why it is the way it is, what's happening with the ISO verion of the LSB, etc. If you are planning on going to Linux World Expo in San Franciso, this is worth adding to your itinerary!" Note that the room only holds 55 people, though!
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