Linux Australia

Bids for 2012


The Linux Australia council is now requesting formal bid proposals for hosting LCA2012. As you can see from our timeline below, we've slipped a bit on announcements and the close for bid proposals is only two weeks away!!

Bids for 2012

Expressions of interest for LCA2012 have now opened. Details can be found at

Results of Linux Australia Council 2010 Elections

The results of the 2010 Linux Australia Council elections were announced last night at the end of the Annual General Meeting.

Congratulations to our new Council.


James Turnbull

Vice President:

Lindsay Holmwood


Peter Lieverdink


John Ferlito

Ordinary Council Member:

Elspeth Thorne

Michael Cardin

Alice Boxhall

Linux Australia Council 2010 - Voting has commenced

 Voting has commenced for the Linux Australia Council of 2010.

Please visit and register your vote.

Voting will end on the 10th of January 2010.

Last day to nominate

Today is the last day to nominate or accept a nomination for the LInux Australia Council.

If you've been nominated then you have until midnight tonight to accept the nomination or miss out on the opportunity of a life time :)

To nominate or accept a nomination visit

Voting for the election will commence on the 28th December and finish on the 10th January 2010.

Linux Australia Council Elections Open

Nominations for the 2010 Linux Australia Council have now opened.

If you would like to join Linux Australia, nominate a Linux Australia member or would just like to see who's been nominated so far please go to:

LCA2010 Early Bird Registrations have almost sold out!

WELLINGTON, New Zealand – Tuesday 3 November 2009 – The 2010 Early Bird Registrations have almost sold out!

Time is running out to take advantage of the last few Early Bird Registrations for LCA2010. Due to overwhelming demand only a small number of Early Bird Registrations remain and are likely to sell out before the deadline of 13 November 2009. Early Bird Registrations are an excellent chance to book your LCA2010 experience early and save substantially on the price.

"We have had a huge response to the Early Bird Registrations!", says Andrew Ruthven, LCA2010 Co-Director. "The last Early Bird Tickets are up for grabs. Get in quick!"

To sign up for an Early Bird Registrations, please visit:

LCA2010 program schedule now available!

LCA2010 Organisers announce schedule of talks for 2010!

WELLINGTON, New Zealand – Monday 14 September 2009.

A full schedule of talks is now available for LCA2010. The conference brings together speakers from around the world presenting a variety of topics; from the strongly technical such as Linux kernel development, to social interaction within communities and issues relating to diverse and minority groups. 2010 runs for a full week starting Monday 18th January, with more than 65 talk sessions, together with a number of Keynote presentations and 14 Miniconfs.

"We hope that everyone will enjoy the line-up of talks for 2010" says Susanne Ruthven, Co-Director of LCA2010. "We had an exceptionally difficult task of choosing such a small number of papers from a list of well over 300 submissions! We believe our selection represents the wide range of speakers and topics from a diverse set of backgrounds who submitted papers - those from education and government, participating in free and open source software in their spare time or as part of their daily jobs. LCA2010 will be an event you cannot afford to miss!"

For more information, please see: the LCA2010 Schedule. 2010 - Wellington Call for Papers is Now Open! Call For Papers ( ) is pleased to announce the
opening of its Call for Papers for the coming, LCA2010!

LCA2010 will be held from Monday 18 January 2010 to Saturday 23 January
2010 in Wellington, New Zealand. isn't just a Linux conference. It is a technical
conference about Free and Open Source Software, held annually in
Australasia since 2001 - covering everything from the Linux Kernel and

2009 Council Election Results

Linux Australia's annual main event, took place in Hobart in January 2009.  Once again it proved to be a focal point for the global Free and Open Source Software community to come together. Users and Developers hacking together, sharing new ideas, building on old ones, with a good share of socialising thrown in for spice.