The sixth "sambaXP" is about six weeks away. It promises to be a bit different than the five events before it.
The organizers are happy to welcome Howard Chu (Chief Architect of OpenLDAP) as the keynote speaker. Other topics include: talks from the WINE project and OpenChange to show the link to other projects, a talk regarding Samba and GPLv3 reflecting current legal discussions and, of course, developers, users, and vendors fill out the rest of the program with 25 talks in two days.
Like last year, an additional six hour tutorial track with Gerald Carter has been scheduled. This year will focus on "Remote Management," including Identity Management Systems.
All information about the conference, talks, party, registration, and hotel reservations is updated regularly at sambaXP.org.
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