By robs on Jan 13, 2008
We had our first Beijing OpenSolaris User Group (BJOSUG) meeting of the year on January 10th:
160 people attended dinner and the meeting, with a good representation from developers, sys admins, students, and Sun employees. Also, our friends from the Beijing Linux User Group (BLUG) were there (we have folks attending both group meetings, and hope to plan some joint activities soon).
I've got the set of pictures from the evening posted here, but will share a few choice ones.
|The meeting was held in a brand-new conference room in Wing A of the Technology Plaza in Tsinghua Science Park.|
|Some of the BJSOUG core team (btw, I really do mean team - it was a great experience working together on this meeting - I'm looking forward to our next one!) and one of the first arrivals to the meeting.|
|Pizza, spaghetti, and drinks for 160. Food wasn't allowed in the conference room, so folks ate in the hallway. And, yep, it was from Mr. Pizza.|
|The conference room right before the meeting started.|
|Joey throwing t-shirts and working the crowd.|
|Amiram making a point during his keynote OpenSolaris presentation.|
|Alex talking about XEN and xVM.|
|Robin talking about ZFS.|