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Ron Hovsepian at AlwaysOn Summit July 26


July 25, 2006 10:55 pm





Novell CEO Ron Hovsepian is participating in a panel on open source at the AlwaysOn Summit at Stanford on Wednesday, July 26, at 10:30 am Pacific. AlwaysOn provides a streaming webcast of all the Summit sessions. You can find that here. Ron is on a panel along with Martin Mickos of MySQL and several other open source execs addressing the question, “Will All Software Go Open Source?” The AlwaysOn Summit is focused on innovation, with a good balance between consumer and enterprise technology. There’s some good content, if you can find the time to listen. I hope you can catch Ron’s panel.

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  1. By:Anonymous

    Do you know if the webcast will be archived and available for those who cannot watch the live feed? Thanks

  2. By:Anonymous

    I believe everything will be archived. Check back here: Thanks!

  3. By:Lawrence Petkus


    Alot of us would like to hea what Ron had to say at the AlwaysOn Summit. The above link “here” takes us to the AlwaysOn site, but there is nothing about Novell or Ron’s speech.

    Is there any link? Was he there? What was his message? There were some cool participants. I would love to know what Novell had to offer.



  4. By:Anonymous

    Thanks, Lawrence. Yes, Ron was there, and on the panel on open source. I’m told by AlwaysOn that the videos of the main stage panels will be going up on the Stanford Summit page shortly (I couldn’t get a specific time commitment, I’m afraid). Ron also sat down for an interview with Cathy Brooks for the Speaker Video Insights series, so that should also be posted on the Standard Summit page soon. Sorry about the delays. The main summit page is