The geographically challenged San Francisco Bay Area Beowulf Users Group (BayBUG) would like to invite everyone to attend an exclusive SC06 panel discussion before the BeoBash (Tuesday November 14th) entitled The Commercialization of Open Source - for better or worse? Panelists:
  • Donald Becker, CTO of Penguin Computing, Beowulf cluster co-inventor
  • Thomas Sterling, Faculty Associate, Center for Advanced Computing Research, California Institute of Technology (Caltech) Beowulf cluster co-inventor
  • Mike Fitzmaurice, HPC Technologist at GTSI Corp.
The panel will run from 4:00 - 5:30 p.m and be held at the Rock-N-Sports Bar and Grille. The BeoBash starts afterward at 6:00PM, so come early and listen to these guys. Someone said they know something about Beowulf clusters and open software. We'll see. Oh, and by the way, they found some Monkey to moderate. Don't forget the LECCIBG Monday night. Because Tuesday morning you will want to.

For directions to the Rock-N-Sports Bar and Grille see the BeoBash notice.

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