Linux Australia

Declaration of election and call for nominations

Dear Linux Australia Community,

Pursuant to clause (15) of the Linux Australia constitution [1] we
hereby declare an election open and call for nominations to the Linux Australia
Council for the term January 2015 to January 2016.

All office bearer and ordinary committee member positions are open for
election.

* Nominations will open from 19 November until 17 December
* Voting will open 17 December until 13 January 2015
* Results will be announced at the AGM in Auckland at linux.conf.au on or
after 14 January

The election can be viewed here:

Declaration of Election and Call for Nominations

Dear Linux Australia Community,

Pursuant to clause (15) of the Linux Australia constitution [1] we
hereby declare an election open and call for nominations to the Linux
Council for the term January 8th 2014 to January 2015.
All office bearer and ordinary committee member positions are open for
election.

* Nominations will open 3 November and be available until 3 December
* Voting will open 3 December until 8 January 2014
* Results will be announced at the AGM in Perth at linux.conf.au on or
after 8 January

The election can be viewed here:

2012 OCM By-Election

Congratulations to Clinton Roy, the winner of the by-election. Clinton will be joining the 2012 council as OCM.

Annual General Meeting & 2012 Council Election

Annual General Meeting

An agenda is now available for the AGM, to be held on Wednesday 18 January 2012 at 5:30pm in the Caro Theatre at LCA. You can view the agenda at http://tinyurl.com/6wgjr7d (will open in a new tab or window)

Election

Voting has commenced for the 2012 council. Please vote! You can do so via MemberDB, which lives at https://www.linux.org.au/membership/ or you can click the big button on the right :-)

AGM, Election & Rusty Wrench Award

Linux Australia AGM

A date, time and place for the Linux Australia Annual General Meeting have been confirmed.

The AGM will be held on Wednesday 18 January 2012 between 5:30pm and 6:30pm in the Caro theatre at linux.conf.au in Ballarat.

This means the advertised closing date for the election will not change.

Election, AGM, LCA & DDU

2012 Council Election

Nominations for the 2012 Linux Australia Council have opened. All current members may nominate another member or themselves for all positions. Candidates require two nominations for any position before they can accept that nomination. If you want to stand in the election or know someone who wants to stand, please nominate!

You can view details and nominate at: https://www.linux.org.au/membership/

The available positions are:

Rusty Wrench Award Nominations

The more astute of you may have noticed from the meeting minutes that the Council is bringing the Rusty Wrench Award out of retirement. Someone has even already updated the Wikipedia page!

Linux Australia Code of Conduct

The organisers of LCA 2012 and its parent organization, Linux
Australia, are sympathetic to concern from speakers and attendees
about whether LCA 2012 will have an official code of conduct. The
Linux Australia Council believe in the importance of making members
feel welcome and safe at our events, and are committed to continuing
to adopt an official code of conduct for all the conferences it runs
as well as the Linux Australia organization itself. In particular, a
code of conduct for LCA 2012 will be in place by the time conference
registration opens.

Linux Australia News, June 2011

Welcome to Linux Australia News for June 2011.

If you have any general news or update on a project you are working on that would be of general interest to the greater Linux Australia community then please send a quick email to council@linux.org.au and we will endeavour to include it in a future update.

News this month: Volunteering for Linux Australia, LCA2012, PyCon AU 2011, DDU2012, BarCamp Geelong, linux.conf.au Domain, Website Work, Policy Work, Special General Meetings, Donations and Grants, Community News

linux.conf.au domain

Howdy,

This announcement is a bit late in coming and the more astute of you may have noticed a mention or two in the council meeting minutes.

In August 2010 the auDA New 2LDs Advisory Panel handed over its recommendations to the auDA Board. One of the items under consideration was the fate of the conf.au 2LD.

In their final report [1] the advisory panel recommended that the conf.au domain should not be reactivated. However the report did make one other recommendation.