Loki Software, Inc.

Past Highlights

March 31, 2001
President Scott Draeker spoke at CLIQ. Reviewed by Kuro5hin.

March 29-30, 2001
Denver, CO
President Scott Draeker spoke at the Colorado Linux Info Quest.

March 20, 2001
San Jose, CA
Sam Lantinga and Bernd Kreimeier led a Linux game development tutorial at the Game Developers Conference.

November 10, 2000
Washington D.C.
Scott Draeker spoke on a panel at 10:45am at the Cato Institute's Technology Conference.

November 21, 2000
UCLA Campus, California
QA/Tech Support guru Andy Mecham visited the UCLA LUG for an informal Quake 3 Arena multiplayer session.

September 28, 2000
Simi Valley, CA
Several members of the Loki technical team attended the LUG Fest this October 28, in Simi Valley, CA. Link here.

September 20, 2000
San Francisco, CA
Lead programmer Sam Lantinga discussed Linux gaming on techtv's live broadcast of the popular Screen Savers show. Click here to see the article and video on Sam's appearance on the show.

August 19, 2000
Fullerton, CA
Several members of the Loki team visited the Orange County LUG to demo games and discuss Loki life.

August 14-17, 2000
San Jose, CA
We won "Best of Show" at the LinuxWorld Expo in San Jose. See show pictures here. Also, Loki president Scott Draeker participated in the Linux Geek Bowl. See the webcast here. Programmers Bernd Kreimeier and Michael Vance led a conference session on porting games to Linux. See their slides here.

April 18-20, 2000
Chicago, IL
Loki cosponsored the Quake 3 Arena Tournament held at the Linux Business Expo.

April 1, 2000
Denver, Colorado
Programmer Jim Kutter represented Loki at the Colorado Linux Info Quest.

March 23, 2000
JackedIN Radio
Sam Lantinga was interviewed by JackedIN Radio. You can download the interview in either mp3 or Real Audio formats.

March 22, 2000
Open Projects
Scott Draeker talked at an IRC Forum hosted by the Linux.com Games Staff. The event took place on irc.openprojects.net. You can read the chat log here.

March 18, 2000
Simi Valley, California
We attended the second bi-annual LUGFest hosted by the Simi Conejo Linux Users Group.

March 8-12, 2000
San Jose, California
Scott Draeker spoke on Linux Opportunities for Developers at the Game Developers Conference. We were able to attract people to our Job Fair booth, despite not giving out free beer.

February 24, 2000
Los Angeles, California
Scott Draeker and programmer Michael Vance did present at the The University of Southern California Linux Users Group.

February 14-16, 2000
Cannes, France
Scott Draeker, Director of Sales and Marketing Dennis Burke, and programmer Stephane Peter did attend the Milia games expo.

February 2-4, 2000
New York City, New York
We exhibited at the LinuxWorld Conference and Expo, and raffled off several copies of Quake III and 3dfx Voodoo3 cards. Scott Draeker also co-presented on the future of Linux as a gaming platform.

December 13, 1999
Costa Mesa, California
We spoke at the Unix Users Association of Southern California.

Week of November 17, 1999
Las Vegas, Nevada
We had representatives in the Linux section of Comdex at the booths of VA Linux, Slashdot and Corel. We received an award from Linux Magazine -- see the picture!

November 11, 1999
Pasadena, California
We visited the San Gabriel Valley Linux User Group.

October 19, 1999
President Scott Draeker, and programmers Michael Vance and Matt Carlson were guests on "The Linux Show."

October 14-16, 1999
Atlanta, Georgia
We had a booth at the Atlanta Linux Showcase.

October 11-13, 1999
Atlanta, Georgia
We sponsored the first annual Loki Hack in conjunction with the Atlanta Linux Showcase. See the Hack page for details.

Setptember 25, 1999
Dallas, Texas
Scott visited the North Texas Linux Users Group. CrusadeR's report of Scott's talk is here.

Setptember 18, 1999
Athens, GA
We provided Myth II demo CDs and Loki World '99 Tour T-Shirts to the Athens Linux Fest v2.0 sponsored by CHUGALUG.

Setptember 18, 1999
Fullerton, California
Programmer Michael Vance visited the Orange County Linux Users Group.

Setptember 14, 1999
Denver, Colorado
Scott visited the Colorado Linux Users and Enthusiasts.

Setptember 12-18, 1999
We provided Myth II demo CDs to the 84 LUGs participating worldwide in Linux Demo Day '99.

August 10-12, 1999
San Jose, California
We had a booth at LinuxWorld Expo. We raffled a 3dfx Voodoo3 3000 card and a copy of Myth II: Soulblighter each day of the show. We also won a Show Favorite award and a LinuxWorld Editors Choice Award! Check out a picture of our booth here.

August 9, 1999
Internet Webchat
President Scott Draeker and Manager of Customer Services Kathryn Sorhaindo were guests on a World Without Borders GameWeek segment. See the transcript here.

July 22-24, 1999
Ottawa, Canada
Lead Programmer Sam Lantinga presented at the Ottawa Linux Symposium. See Sam and fellow Loki programmer Michael Vance in the email garden here.

July 13, 1999
Santa Rosa, California
Scott presented at the NBLUG.

June 29, 1999
President Scott Draeker, lead programmer Sam Lantinga, programmer Michael Vance and Customer Services Manager Kathryn Sorhaindo were guests on "The Linux Show."

June 14, 1999
Davis, California
Lead programmer Sam Lantinga spoke at LUGOD.

May, 1999
Raleigh, NC
We had a booth at LinuxExpo. President Scott Draeker spoke on "Selling Software to the Open-Source Community."

May, 1999
Los Angeles, CA
We had a workstation at the Macmillan Publishing booth at E3.

May, 1999
New York, NY
Scott presented to the Linux User Group of New York (LUNY). Click here for a brief description of the talk.

March, 1999
San Jose, CA
We participated in the LinuxWorld Conference & Expo.We came away with Best of Show for Multimedia, and were honored by a visit from Linus himself. It doesn't get much better than that!

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