Annual event LinuxCon Japan 2013 by The Linux Foundation has been finished yesterday. I have worked as a volunteer staff mainly reception, and last day I had opportunities to join some CloudOpen Japan track. Basically these sessions are little bit hard for me (especially SDN like technology; I'm not a network guy), but really interesting.
The venue of this year was Chinzanso, Japanese very famous and historic hotel. It's garden is so beautiful.
In the party yesterday night, I have talked some foreigner guest. Everyone said "so nice event, really good venue!" I believe everyone enjoyed the event, and it's also my pleasure as a staff. I hope LinuxCon Japan; international Linux event in Japan, will keep growing.
But sadly to say we had less consumer-based computing tracks. Basically LinuxCon is a series of events cover a kernel and server side technology (such as cloud), and this year we had Tizen track (because Tizen is Linux Foundation's project). Nothing else we had. I sent a CFP about discussing next consumer-based computing related Linux world but rejected. Hmm...
Our world is rapidly changing, so we need disucussion the future of consumer-based computing with lots of devices, lots of cloud services, but which is a good event?
Anyway, thanks for everyone I have met these nice days! See you next year!