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LCA 2004 started at Wed Jan 14 08:00:00 2004.
Linux Conferences cater for a diverse range of people. There are tutorials from topics ranging from the Linux kernel, PHP and using Linux with HAM radio. Because of this wide focus, though, some topics of special interest to community members are not able to be covered to their full extent.
Mini-Conferences give sections of the Linux community up to two days to focus specifically on their area of expertise enabling smaller sections of the community to get together and share their knowledge and network with each other.
Current mini-conferences include:
Who Can Attend?
Anyone who pays the full conference registration fee(s) may attend any mini-conference.
This year, for the first time, there will be a Mini-Conference only attendance fee for people that only want to attend either the IPv6, educationaLinux, or OSS in Government Mini-Conference. Naturally this entrance fee entitles you to only attend the Mini-Conference that you have registered for and not the main conference.
Mini-Conferences are held over the two days prior to the main conference. This is January 12-13, 2004. You should check each mini-conferences' web-pages to find out their precise programme of events.
Unless noted otherwise on these pages, the mini-conferences will occur at the main conference venue, the University of Adelaide, Adelaide. Mini-Conference attendees will be asked to register for the main conference at the start of each mini-conference.
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