After IDG World Expo moved LinuxWorld to the Hynes Convention Center in Boston, abandoning New York, the event next year will move to the new Boston Convention & Exhibition Center.
The event has outgrown its current facilities, the organiser told The Boston Herald. "We're pretty much wall-to-wall with exhibits'' and people, said Darrell Baker, vice president of event service at IDG World Expo told the newspaper.
Prior to the event, IDG said it expected 6,000 – 7,000 delegates to flock to Boston. LinuxWorld was supposed to stay at the Hynes convention center for a few years before it would move to the larger facility.
New York still gets to host a LinuxWorld Summit in May this year.
LinuxWorld Boston 2006 will take place from 3-6 April.
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