Texas Linux Fest is the first state-wide annual community-run conference for Linux and open source software users and enthusiasts from around the Lone Star State. Much like SCALE in Los Angeles, Ohio Linux Fest in Columbus, and Linux Fest Northwest – and an ever-growing list of successful regional shows – Texas Linux Fest is a weekend event geared towards individual users, rather than an expensive multi-workday expo that might cater primarily to sponsored attendees. Whether you use free software and Linux at home, in your place of business, in your school or non-profit, or you are simply curious, Texas Linux Fest offers something for you.
Texas Linux Festival is a non-profit (501c) community based organization that is run by volunteers to organize and provide the TXLF conferences. The first official TXLF conference was held in 2010 in Austin, TX.
Our Sponsors allow us to continue to provide conferences.
Latest announcements and activity can be followed on the Home Page.
Interested in more? Check out the Volunteer Page or contact us with more questions by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We invite you to be a part of this exceptional event by sharing your expertise and passion with the community. We are seeking engaging and insightful presentations that cover a broad range of topics related to Linux, open-source software, and the wider technology ecosystem. Whether you have hands-on experience, a new research breakthrough, or an inspiring vision for the future of Linux, we want to hear from you!
Suggested Topics (but not limited to):
- Linux kernel and system development
- Open-source software in enterprise environments
- DevOps and continuous integration/continuous deployment (CI/CD)
- Cloud computing and virtualization
- Containerization and orchestration (e.g., Docker, Kubernetes)
- Internet of Things (IoT), Raspberry Pi’s, and embedded systems
- Linux gaming and graphics
- Privacy, security, and encryption
- Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) on Linux
- Linux distributions and desktop environments
- Linux in education and academia
- Introduction for new users to Linux, OSS Applications or Free Software