Curious to know where open source technology is heading? The Linux Foundation's Collaboration Summit is an annual think tank for the world's leading technical and business leaders in open source to share ideas and innovations.
The Linux Foundation is pleased to provide live video streaming of the keynote sessions on March 29th. View the agenda.
To watch the video stream, sign up below. Once you sign up, you'll be able to view the live stream on this page. If you sign up prior to the live stream day/time, simply return to this page and you'll be able to view (keynotes are in Pacific Daylight Time). While you watch, we encourage you to join the conversation on Twitter using #LFcollab.
About Collaboration Summit
The Linux Foundation's Collaboration Summit is an exclusive, invitation-only event is where the top minds in open source gather for three days of learning, sharing, networking, and collaborating. Open source software and collaborative development have come to dominate the way IT infrastructure today is built, but not all projects are created equal. This event provides the neutral forum where project leaders, contributors and maintainers, as well as business and community experts, come together to share ideas and innovations to support the largest shared technologies of our time.