Linux Australia facilitates a number of open source and Linux events in Australia and the region. We’ve aggregated the open Calls for Presentation, Calls for Proposals, and Calls for Papers below so that you can easily see which events have an open #CfP – and submit to it. Please contact the individual events below for assistance with their respective #CfP.
linux.conf.au 2016 Geelong – LCA By the Bay – 1st to 5th February 2016
LCA By the Bay – linux.conf.au will be held in Geelong, Victoria, Australia in 2016, between 1st-5th February 2016 at Deakin University’s Waterfront Campus. linux.conf.au is the largest linux and open source conference in the Asia-Pacific region. Run annually since 1999, it brings together the Australian, New Zealand and international community for standout presentations, demonstrations and relationship building. It is a deeply technical conference and pre-emininent practitioners in the field, both professionals and hobbyists, are expected to attend. linux.conf.au attracts between 500 to 800 delegates annually. For a taste of what linux.conf.au is all about, check out the photos on Flickr from previous years’ conferences.
Call for Presentations, Prototypes, Tutorials and Miniconfs
CfP open from 1st June until 6th July
Open Source Developers’ Conference – Hobart 27th – 29th October 2015
The Open Source Developers’ Conference is a not-for-profit conference covering all aspects of Open Source Technology, from software and systems to open data. While OSDC was born in Melbourne 11 years ago, it has become an open source product in its own right, seeing it forked in countries including Malaysia, France and Taiwan. The Australian OSDC 2015 will be hosted for the first time in Tasmania, from October 27-29 at the Wrest Point Convention Centre in Hobart.
Call for Papers
CfP open from 1st June until 5th July