Schedule of events

Looking for the schedule of events this year?

Visit: http://2014.texaslinuxfest.org/content/event-schedule

Need help at the festival?

Visit booth #40.
Join IRC: #txlf on Freenode
Or tweet at us @texaslinuxfest

Meet the speakers: Nathan Toups, Rikki Endsley, Scott Sumner

[As TXLF 2014 draws near, we're running a series of short interviews with our speakers, so you can get to know them—and what they'll be talking about—that much better....]

This edition features our chat with Nathan Toups, Rikki Endsley, and Scott Sumner.

Meet Nathan Toups

Could you please introduce yourself and tell us a bit about your background?

Meet the speakers: Joseph Guarino, Summer Mousa, Mark Greene

[As TXLF 2014 draws near, we're running a series of short interviews with our speakers, so you can get to know them—and what they'll be talking about—that much better....]

This edition features our chat with Joseph Guarino, Summer Mousa, and Mark Greene.

Meet Joseph Guarino

Could you please introduce yourself and tell us a bit about your background?

Meet the speakers: Rob Landley, Robinson Tryon, Everett Toews

[As TXLF 2014 draws near, we're running a series of short interviews with our speakers, so you can get to know them—and what they'll be talking about—that much better....]

This edition features our chat with Rob Landley, Robinson Tryon, and Everett Toews.

Meet Rob Landley

Could you please introduce yourself and tell us a bit about your background?

My twitter bio says "Rob does Aboriginal Linux and Toybox, co-founded Penguicon, wrote for Motley Fool, taught night courses at ACC, makes chan mail... the usual."

Meet the speakers: Aaron Mildenstein, Matt Ray, Christy Perez

[As TXLF 2014 draws near, we're running a series of short interviews with our speakers, so you can get to know them—and what they'll be talking about—that much better....]

Meet Aaron Mildenstein

Could you please introduce yourself and tell us a bit about your background?

Meet the speakers: Elizabeth K. Joseph, Dru Lavigne, Dmitri Pal

[As TXLF 2014 draws near, we're running a series of short interviews with our speakers, so you can get to know them—and what they'll be talking about—that much better....]

Meet Elizabeth K. Joseph

Could you please introduce yourself and tell us a bit about your background?

It's nearly here!

The festival is right around the corner.

We have 6 tracks this year, with 36 total talks! We also have a ton of vendor sessions Friday!

Check out the full event schedule at http://texaslinuxfest.org/content/event-schedule

Also, make sure you get your registration in soon!

Enthusiast or Supporter, which should you choose?

When choosing your tickets this year, we have two options. It has been asked a few times what the difference is, so we wanted to clear it up.

The conference is a non-profit festival that is completely run by volunteers. We use the ticket sales and the sponsorship money to pay for all the things that happen each year and to make sure we can have an exciting event next year.

Unlike many other conferences, we do not believe that ticket levels should grant you different amounts of access. Therefore both tickets will grant you the same access to the festival expo floor, talks, and education sessions. You can purchase either ticket and see everything! The differences comes in the form of what you feel would be best to donate to help us keep making the festival a success.

There is a swag bonus, the supporter ticket does come with the conference T-Shirt. The Enthusiast ticket does not.

Go Register Now!

The Call for Papers Deadline

Good $localtime Ladies and Gentlemen!

We at the TXLF headquarters hope you're having a good day!
Just a little reminder that the Call for Papers ends in two days. So we invite you to take a look at your talk, read it again, and then submit it before it's too late!

Last Call!

The call for papers ends Saturday night (April 5th at 11:59PM). If you don't have your paper in get something to us soon!

We have a ton of really amazing ideas that have been submitted and are looking forward to the last remaining talks that come in.

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