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You know how it goes. You spend a few days immersed in talks about clusters and networking, surrounded by kernel hackers, getting three hours sleep per night and living on pizza and caffeine. You return home only to spend the next few weeks in a nocturnal daze of debugging symbols as you flitter between purging your email backlog and coding up that long, inspired list of new features you jotted down on the return journey.

A few weeks later, over breakfast, you suddenly realise what the heck Dave Miller was going on about in his talk... is a four day conference in January 2001, concentrating on issues related to the development of Linux and Free Software, held at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.

The conference is a collaborative effort by Linux Australia, the Sydney Linux Users Group and affiliated organisations. It is supported by the School of Computer Science and Engineering, University of New South Wales, and is a successor to the Conference for Australian Linux Users (CALU) held in Melbourne in July, 1999.
January 17 - 20, 2001
Sydney, Australia

We seem to have lost the database which stored all the stories from LCA2001. Sorry all. :-)