2014 Linux Symposium, July 14-16

Sponsorship of the Symposium

We work with a number of sponsors on an annual basis to hold the event. If you would like more information on how you can support the event please contact us at info at linuxsymposium dot org.

We are not yet sure if there will be a 2015 Symposium, therefore everyone who supports our Indiegogo campaign (as a Supporter or higher level) will be listed here as a big thank your for their support.

You can find out Indiegogo Campaign Here and your support would be amazing! There are additional details on the campaign page that cover what it is about and why we are doing it.

Our Silver Sponsors

Our Patron Sponsors

We also currently have one patron sponsor who prefers to remain anonymous.

Friends of OLS

Hugh Dickins, Jerome St-Louis, Jas Strong, Michael J Benedict, John Bridgman, David Boutcher, Joseph Schuchart, Jim Patterson, Wim Coekaerts, Denver Gingerich, Daniel Weigert, Anonymous, Adam J. Richter, Anonymous, Rick Kennell, Deborah Mitchell, Bob Murphy, Don Smith, Al Stone, Thomas Rollins, Hugh Blemings, Laurent Vivier, Bill Hargen, Alan Robertson, Deb Richardson, Holden Karau, Antonio Barbalace, James Troutman, Richard Cook, Trent Jarvi, Andrei Warkentin, Guido G√ľnther, Kate Stewart, Charlie Brady, Arnaldo Carvalho de Melo, Subhendu Ghosh, Carl Richell, Matt Domsch, Hugh McDonald, Matthew Newhall, Martin Pool, Jon Mason, Daniel Weigert, Vincent Gerris, Mark Brown, David Medberry, Jana Persson, Pekka Pietik√§inen, Gerhard Gessler, John Hawkes, John H Schulz, Michael Taylor, Faisal Akber, Andrew Vasquez, Ed Reed, Gene Sally, Holger Eitzenberger, Lennart Sorensen, Claude J. Lemelin, Geoff Thorpe,

Major Supporters

Prarit Bhargava, Michael Gleibman, Rik van Riel, Cong Wang, Samuel Landete, Marc J. Miller, Mark Komarinski, Jeff Garzik, Juan Quintela, Jesper Brouer, Patrick Naubert,


Sergey Blagodurov, Gordon Keegan, Andy Oram, Toshiharu Harada, Jean-Pierre Dion, Michel Viollet, Curtis Ireland, Daniel Veillard, Michael Hill,

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