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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."
Team Mel8ourne announces their first keynote speaker and Emperor sponsor for linux.conf.au 2008. With seven months to go, they're busy putting all the pieces together to put on Australia's largest conference for Free and Open Source Software contributors. This is the pre-eminent event for the Australian Free and Open Source Software community.
Bruce Schneier, a highly respected author and security technologist, will deliver a keynote address at the conference in January 2008 at the University of Melbourne.
linux.conf.au isn't just a Linux conference. It is a technical conference about Free Software, held annually in Australasia. We invite submissions on any Free Software related subject; from Linux and the BSDs to OpenOffice.org, from networking to audio-visual magic, from deep hacks to Creative Commons.
The MEL8OURNE team is pleased to announce that the call for proposals for mini-confs at linux.conf.au 2008 is now open. linux.conf.au is Australia's annual Linux conference. Fun, informal and seriously technical, linux.conf.au is a calendar highlight for Free and Open Source Software developers from across the world. It will be held from January 28th to February 2nd, 2008 at the University of Melbourne.
If you have dreams of hosting the best Linux conference on the planet it's time to start turning those dreams into a cunning plan.
Yes folks, it's time to start sharpening those pencils and preparing bids for linux.conf.au 2009. After a fantastic LCA2007 in Sydney and in anticipation of an equally auspicious LCA2008 in Melbourne, I'm really looking forward to seeing what proposals pop out of the woodwork for 2009.