What an amazing weekend at Ohio Linuxfest! If you didn't go to Ohio Linux, you missed out on not only a lot of fun, but also some incredible displays of community. If you're still operating under the mistaken impressions of GNOME vs. KDE, Fedora vs. Ubuntu, you are sadly mistaken, my friends. Ohio Linuxfest is solely about coming together as a community and sharing experiences and ideas with each other (and boy, were the experiences and ideas flowing. Ho boy!) I caught a few talks while I was there, such as the iSCSI talk, the Linux Robotics talk, the Blender talk, a great talk about Linux Audio, and Jono Bacon's closing keynote. I also took part in the Ubuntu BoF, and Dual Core put on a great show during the afterparty. But besides the talks, were the opportunities to meet with people I'd chatted with online, and catching up with friends I'd met before. OLF is an amazing event, and I'm looking forward to heading back there.
To the organizers of Ohio Linuxfest, I offer my sincerest thanks for putting together a great weekend! I really appreciate it!
(photos may be found here).