Linuxworld once could boast that it was the premier open source show. But as Linux matured into a boring adult, Linuxworld slipped into the position of a second tier open source show.
It all became instantly visible to those attending the opening keynote by Lawrence Lessig this morning: the keynote room was the smallest in at least five years of Linuxworld San Francisco. And even open source darling Lessig was unable to fill all the seats.
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