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Stuttgart, Germany
18-22 July 2005

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CAcert

CAcert

Community Project

CAcert.org is a community driven Certificate Authority that issues free certificates to the public at large. More than 30,000 users have already had their identity verified and CAcert has already issued over 54,000 certificates. These certificates can be used to sign and encrypt email, authenticate and authorize users connecting to websites and secure data transmission over the Internet. Any application that supports the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) can make use of certificates signed by CAcert. CAcert is supporting the secure Internet transactions all over the world and their website has been translated into many different languages to enable easy access for everyone. At large events like ApacheCon Europe 2005 CAcert.org sponsors Assurance Events to enable more users to be verified into the system.



CAcert

CAcert

Community Project

CAcert.org is a community driven Certificate Authority that issues free certificates to the public at large. More than 30,000 users have already had their identity verified and CAcert has already issued over 54,000 certificates. These certificates can be used to sign and encrypt email, authenticate and authorize users connecting to websites and secure data transmission over the Internet. Any application that supports the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) can make use of certificates signed by CAcert. CAcert is supporting the secure Internet transactions all over the world and their website has been translated into many different languages to enable easy access for everyone. At large events like ApacheCon Europe 2005 CAcert.org sponsors Assurance Events to enable more users to be verified into the system.



Debian Project

Debian Project

Community Project

The Debian Project is a collaborative effort to create a free operating system, known as Debian GNU/Linux or simply as Debian. The Debian system currently uses the Linux kernel but ports to the Hurd, NetBSD and FreeBSD kernels are under development. Debian systems using the Linux kernel are available for 11 architectures, which makes Debian an excellent system for porting efforts. Debian consists entirely of Free Software and offers a Social Contract which ensures the sustainability of the system. Debian offers great features to maintain and update your system without much effort (even remotely) and is therefore very well suited for servers. Subtle software interoperability enhancements and projects like Debian Desktop make Debian suited for end-user machines as well.



Foundation for a Free Information Infrastructure

Foundation for a Free Information Infrastructure

Community Project

The Foundation for a Free Information Infrastructure (FFII) is a non-profit association registered in several European countries, which is dedicated to the spread of data processing literacy. FFII supports the development of public information goods based on copyright, free competition, open standards. More than 650 members, 3,000 companies and 90,000 supporters have entrusted the FFII to act as their voice in public policy questions concerning exclusion rights (intellectual property) in data processing.



kernel concepts Fun Stuff

kernel concepts Fun Stuff

Note: Store only available on Thursday

kernel concepts offers and manufactures a great variety of Linux-/Unix- and Open Source fun stuff like T-shirts, mugs, mousepads, pins/badges, and of course the stuffed Tux, Beasty, Gnu and Perl camel. Some of the fun stuff is offered by kernel concepts in cooperation with community projects like CAcert, Debian and Wikipedia.



MySQL

MySQL

MySQL AB develops and supports a family of high performance, affordable database products -- including MySQL Network, a comprehensive set of certified software and premium support services. The company's flagship product is MySQL, the world's most popular open source database, with more than six million active installations. Many of the world's largest organizations, including Yahoo!, Sabre Holdings, The Associated Press, Suzuki and NASA are realizing significant cost savings by using MySQL to power high-volume Web sites, business-critical enterprise applications and packaged software. With headquarters in Sweden and the United States -- and operations around the world -- MySQL AB supports both open source values and corporate customers' needs in a profitable, sustainable business. For more information about MySQL, please visit www.mysql.com



PostNuke & PHP-Nuke

PostNuke & PHP-Nuke

Community Project

PHP-Nuke has seen a phenomenal growth in recent years. In many ways, it has been a great success story. Yet it is interesting to have a closer look at the conditions that would enable the PHP-Nuke movement to remain viable and thrive also in the future. Nuke development entails a global knowledge network, which consists of a heterogeneous community of individuals nukers from all over the planet, toolkits, ressources, newssites, and permanent interaction of all involved people. The global Nuke Group (consisting of PHPNuke and PostNuke) is a synonym for a global work - bridging distance, culture and time.



thawte

thawte

thawte, one of the largest and most established Certification Authorities worldwide, facilitates message encryption by managing security credentials and public keys by issuing digital certificates to third parties once independent proof of their identity has been obtained. thawte is dedicated to providing outstanding value for money and multi-lingual customer service.



The Apache Software Foundation

The Apache Software Foundation

The Apache Software Foundation provides organizational, legal, and financial support for a broad range of open source software projects. The Foundation provides an established framework for intellectual property and financial contributions that simultaneously limits contributors' potential legal exposure. Through a collaborative and meritocratic development process, Apache projects deliver enterprise-grade, freely available software products that attract large communities of users. The pragmatic Apache License makes it easy for all users, commercial and individual, to deploy Apache products.



Wikipedia

Wikipedia

Community Project

Wikipedia is a free-content encyclopedia written collaboratively by volunteers and sponsored by the non-profit Wikimedia Foundation. It has editions in roughly 200 different languages and contains currently close to 2 million articles. It is one of the most popular reference sites on the internet, receiving around 60 million hits per day. Wikipedia is run by MediaWiki open source software on a cluster of dedicated LAMP servers located in Florida, Paris and Amsterdam.




 

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