Linux® Day is a global celebration of Linux's 27th anniversary. Join us and start making plans for August 25, 2018. We currently have 4 teams in 4 countries. Many thanks to BHive (virtual server infrastructure), MAJ (content management system) and Google (maps application programming interface) for powering our site.
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Linux® is a free and Open Source operating system that started as a small project by Linus Torvalds in 1991. Today it runs everything from embedded systems to nuclear submarines. Linux also powers Wall Street, the London Stock Exchange, the CERN supercollider, and NASA's supercomputers.

Linux Day is a grassroots network that coordinates the global celebration of Linux's anniversary every year as a form of thanksgiving. Linux Day is celebrated every August 25, or on the Saturday closest to August 25 if it does not fall on a Saturday.

The Linux Day Advisory Council develops the initiative's overall strategy, formulates ideas on how to make Linux Day events and related projects better, and assists in outreach to industry partners.
Linux® is the registered trademark of Linus Torvalds in the U.S. and other countries.
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