Did you know that nearly 50% of the US lives within 500 miles of Columbus, Ohio? Me neither! Maybe it's even true. But either way you should consider dragging yourself to scenic downtown Columbus for the Ohio LinuxFest.
LOPSA is offering 6 half-day classes: the return of popular classes such as Linux Black Magic & Troubleshooting, Disaster Recovery (Will You SURVIVE?), and Fighting Spam with Open-Source Tools, as well as Advanced Security, Introduction to LDAP, and Linux Terminal Server Project Administration.
$350 gets you admission to two classes of your choice (including lunch), attendance at the main conference on Saturday (and lunch again!), a t-shirt, tickets to join the pre- and after-parties, and other fun trinkets.
More information on OLFU is available at http://www.ohiollinux.org/olfu.html
Register for OLF: http://www.ohiolinux.org/register.html
See you there!
p.s. the hotel block is running out soon! Rooms are $99/night including FREE parking (ignore what the web page tells you) and breakfast. Hurry hurry hurry!