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IBM is proud to have the opportunity to provide prizes to this year's linux.conf.au Hackfest. The list of prizes can be viewed on the Hackfest Page.Hackfest Details
Delegates Networking Survey
In an attempt to to assertain and best serve the networking needs of delegates, we would ask those of you that have registered to head on over to The delegates WiKi and follow the link to the networking survey there.
Partners Program Details
The partners program page has been updated to include a schedule of the activities planned.
The linux.conf.au 2006 team proudly presents.... The Program!. We do apologise for the delays in getting the program out but I'm sure you'll agree that it was well worth the wait. With only one week left for early bird registrations I think it really is time to register and secure your seat at whats shaping up to be the best linux.conf.au yet.
Registrations are open
Yes its true.. registrations for linux.conf.au 2006 are officially open. You will need to be in quick to qualify for your "early bird Discount" so head on over to the Registration page and secure your place at the conference now. -- see you all in January
Registration pushed back
Unfortunately, due to some technical issues we've had to push registrations back a few days.. We do sincerely apologise for the delay, but the payment system isn't quite working yet, and we need to wait for business hours to have the problem corrected! We've updated the Dates Page to reflect this. We're also just running a fraction late announcing speakers - We should hopefully do this tomorrow if all goes well.
Due to the overwhelming number of paper submissions, we have had to push back the dates for notifying and announcing the successful authors. This has also had the unfortunate effect of pushing the Program and "Early Bird Registrations" back a few days. Apologies go out to anyone that has been inconvenienced by this delay. New dates can be found in our Dates Page
Call For Miniconfs Goes out
Mike releases the untamed "Call for miniconfs" into the wild and with luck we should soon hear the "pitter patter" of little miniconfs from all over the world :). A mature specimin of a "CFM" can be found here
Call For Papers opened
Well, now the nitty gritty starts! Head on over to the Call For Papers page, and submit an abstract for presentation at linux.conf.au 2006. We'd love to see you here, so don't be shy.. If you have something you're passionate about, and want to tell the rest of the OSS community about it, submit an abstract!
Website goes live
Yes the website is now officially open to the public. Still lots of content to add but we are making some good progress.
New hosting set up
New box is ready to host the website.
Website is taking shape
Content being changed to suit 2006 and CFP is being worked on.