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----- Forwarded message from "R. Scott Belford" <scott@hosef.org> -----

Date: Thu, 30 Dec 2004 23:36:01 -1000
From: "R. Scott Belford" <scott@hosef.org>
Subject: TPOSSCON
To: scott@hosef.org


The Hawai'i Open Source Education Foundation (HOSEF) is pleased to invite you 
to our inaugural Trans-Pacific Open Source Software Conference (TPOSSCON) 
this January at the Hawai'i Convention Center. A fund-raiser for our 501(c)
(3), the core objective of TPOSSCON is to create productive and strategic 
sessions between entrepreneurs, government officials, developers, consumers, 
non-profits, and corporations from both sides of the Pacific. This is your 
chance to learn more about free and open software before you are left behind 
by those more aware of this revolutionary paradigm in software development.

Our speakers include


CJ Coppersmith, Director, Linux Strategy, Hewlett-Packard
Tom Crabb, Director of IT Operations for the Americas Region, Novell
Dave Pickens, Chief Architect, Education and Research, Sun Microsystems
Bill Weinberg, Architecture Specialist, Open Source Development Labs
MAMPU, Malaysian Administration Modernisation and Management Planning Unit
DHIT ??? DRB-HICOM Information Technologies
Larry Rosen, Partner, Rosenlaw
Robin Miller, Editor, Open Source Technology Group and Linux.com
Jim Thompson, Founder and Engineer, Netgate Incorporated
Dr. Stanley Saiki, Founder, Pacific Telehealth and Technology Hui
Dr. Horst Herb, Founder, GnuMed
Bruce Perens, Open Source visionary and Strategic Consultant of its economics
John Terpstra, SAMBA author and developer
Todd Ogasawara, eGovernment Team Leader, State of Hawai`i
Aaron Seigo, Nanakuli High School Graduate, KDE Core Developer
Jon 'maddog' Hall, Director, Linux International
Allen Gunn, Co-Director of Aspiration


Taking place at our Convention Center, this is an event that will set the 
stage for new business development and entrepreneurial innovation.  It is not 
to be missed, and registration is underway now at www.tposscon.com.  Learn 
how you can affect this industry before it affects you.  Sponsors and 
exhibitors are still welcome to join us and can contact scott@hosef.org  for 
details.

All-Week Badges can be purchased for $40 before 12/31/2004.  From 1/1/2005 to 
1/16/2005, badges will be available for $80.  Badges purchased the week of 
the conference are $100.

Aloha

--scott


-- 
R. Scott Belford
Founder/Director
The Hawaii Open Source Education Foundation
PO Box 392
Kailua, HI 96734
808.689.6518 phone/fax
scott@hosef.org


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