Live from the Linux Collaboration Summit at Google

Posted by Andy_Updegrove on Jun 13, 2007 5:08 PM EDT Standards Blog; By Andy Updegrove
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I'm attending the Linux Foundations' first annual Linux Collaboration Summit from the Google campus in Mountainview California today and tomorrow, and will add periodically to this post as the day goes along.

We're set up in one of the many Google buildings in what used to be the Silicon Graphics campus. As a result of its reinhabiting someone else's space, it's not quite as opulent as you might think from the reports one hears. There are plenty of accoutrements around to make the point, though, from what appear to be communal fleets of bikes that you can take from building to building (correct me if I'm wrong), electric scooters, and the occasional corporate Segway tootling along or plugged into a wall socket.

During yesterday's Linux Foundation board meeting, however, things were truer to expected type – we had Kobi steak garnished with lobster tail, so I assume that they provided us with a typical Google recruiting lunch....

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