The second annual Indiana LinuxFest is about to start at the middle of April, and will bring, as the organizers like to say it, the "reign of freedom."
Indiana LinuxFest will be held this year in the The Wyndham Indianapolis West Hotel, in the weekend of April 13-15, 2012.
There will be a number of important speakers at the event, among which we can mention Amber Graner, User Experience and Community Specialist for Linaro, and Ian Murdock, the founder of Debian and currently the Vice President of Platform Services at ExactTarget.
According to the organizers, the Indiana LinuxFest is about community, information, and friends, and strives to bring the free and open-source software community together for more than just information gathering.
Registration for Indiana LinuxFest is free, but there will be an optional supporter package available, which will include an event t-shirt and boxed lunch on Saturday.
Check out the official website for more details.