With Linux Conference Australia 2011 less than a week away, and with over 700 attendees converging on Brisbane for 5 days of Linux talks, sessions and workshops, it's about time I mentioned our reader meetup.
One of the largest Linux conferences in the southern hemisphere, LCA2011, is to go ahead next week in Brisbane after the worst floods to hit Queensland in over 20 years shed some dubious light on whether the event could continue.
With Linux Conference Australia 2011 fast approaching, it's worth mentioning that the very active Australian Ubuntu LoCo Team are planning to have an Ubuntu showcase stall throughout the open day, on Saturday.
As many of you would have seen in the news, Queensland (in Australia for those geographically challenged amongst us) has been attacked by a lot of water recently in the worst flooding since 1974. But what does this mean for LCA2011, which is scheduled to go ahead in Brisbane in just over a week?
LCA 2011 has announced that Google Vice President and chief Internet evangelist Vint Cerf will be a Keynote Speaker for the conference to be held in Brisbane, in January next year.
Linux.conf.au 2011 has opened registrations for the largest open source conference in the Southern Hemisphere. Linux.conf.au will be held in Brisbane, Australia at the idyllic waterside Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Gardens Point Campus from 24 - 29 January 2011.
Linux.conf.au, the Australasian Linux Conference to be held in Brisbane next year, has released its schedule today. It includes a heap of interesting open source talks and miniconfs spread across a week, including everything from HTML5 video to building a Linux powered coffee roaster!
Linux.conf.au - the annual Australian Linux conference has announced its mini-conference list with highlights such as freedom in the cloud, rocketry and the business of open source. The organizers state LCA2011 has "the most exciting and substantial array of lca miniconfs to date." Full story after the break.
My friend Marco Ostini from the super cool Lunar Numbat Project pinged me today to let me know that if you want to talk about something at the Australian Linux Conference, linux.conf.au, which takes place at the end of January next year in Brisbane, you've only got until this Saturday to submit your paper.