With linux.conf.au 2009 in Hobart rapidly approaching, believe it or not but it's time to look at where 2010 will be. It's a lot of work to put on a linux.conf.au (just ask anybody who's done it) and it's in common agreement that it takes "more than a year", which is why we're talking about 2010 now.
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Linux.conf.au has announced the opening of the call for papers on Friday 4th July 2008, giving the open source software community the chance to present at one of the world's premier technical conferences.
Hobart TAS, Australia-- (4th July 2008) ---- The call for papers will remain open for a month, after which the best papers will be selected by an expert panel.
The elections for the Linux Australia Committee of 2008 have been completed and the results were announced yesterday at the AGM. Thankyou to all those who stood.
The new Committee is as follows:
- President: Stewart Smith
- Vice President: Steve Walsh
- Treasurer: Anthony Towns
- Secretary: Terry Dawson
- Ordinary Committee Members:
- Melissa Draper
- Paul Schulz
- James Turnbull
A great deal of thanks goes to our departing members:
Ladies and Gentlemen,
Voting will commence for the 2008 Linux Australia Executive Committee this morning at 00:00 UTC which translates to the following:
Voting will finish at 00:00 UTC on the 31st of January. Results will be announced at the Linux Australia AGM.
Good luck to all those who are standing, and remember, if you are unsure as to who you wish to vote for, ask the candidates questions.
Nominations for the Linux Australia Committee are now open.
If you would like to nominate someone please go to http://linux.org.au/membership/. If you are a member then please login and browse to the elections page, select 2008 and follow the instructions to nominate your preferred candidate.
Australia's premier open source event, linux.conf.au, has closed early bird registrations and is on track to selling out, with 2/3 of the tickets already sold.
Each year software developers and users flock from around the globe to attend Linux.conf.au, Australia's annual technical conference about Free and Open Source Software.
"Based on the registrations so far, tickets could sell out prior to the event," said Conference Director Donna Benjamin. "We have a hard limit of 500 tickets this year."