Linux Australia has a few sub-committees that consist of enthusiastic individuals from the community who share a common passion.

Check out what the various committees below are up to, and even get involved if one tickles your fancy :) Or start your own after reading through the sub-committee policy.

If a group wants to start a subcommittee, they can write to the LA council with the proposed subcommittee name, members of the team, purpose, expected duration, any funding requirements and methods of engaging with the broader community.

The committees are expected to read and agree to the sub-committee policy.

Sub-committees are considered to be official part of the LA structure and can as such speak on behalf of LA in the context of their particular project.

Active subcommittee

A team of system administrators who manage the Linux Australia infrastructure.

Steve Walsh
Peter Lieverdink
Mike Beattie
Admin team report
Active subcommittee

The subcommittee's job is to facilitate LCA, other LA events, and LUGS to do top-notch recording and streaming. This is done by providing both in-person and online consulting to the conference teams; including things such as recommendations of vendors; advice on setup, and volunteer training.

The team also manages an inventory of devices and parts purchased to facilitate this job plus administration of any servers. Finally, the subcommittee helps lead the development of software and hardware tools which fit the goals and make life easier.

This subcommittee is open for anybody to join.

Ryan Verner
Tim Ansell
Paul Wayper
James Bromberger
No report published.
Active subcommittee

Drupal meetup in Sydney.

- Magda Kotrzewa
- Pamela Barone

Council acting as community members.
No report published.
Active subcommittee

A day ­long summit on Drupal in the public sector in Australia, including universities and other quasi­government & non-­government organisations.

Adam Malone
Josh Li
No report published.
Active subcommittee

DrupalSouth a three day conference on Drupal, a web based content management system used by hundreds of thousands around the world. DrupalSouth aims to be a conference for all users of Drupal, from business owners, to content administrators to developers and themers to end users.

Donna Benjamin - Conference Director
Peter Lieverdink - Conference Treasurer
Chris Skene - Content Lead
Active subcommittee

JoomlaDay Sydney is an annual conference run by the Sydney Joomla User Group (JUG). This conference will be similar to Joomla!Day Sydney 2013 which was held in October 2013 and operated as a subcommittee of Linux Australia.

Tim Plummer - Site Chair
Robert Fairhead - Treasurer
Peter Bui - Assistant Treasurer
The community roles of the subcommittee are to be filled by the council until appropriate nominations are received.
No report published.
Active subcommittee

The team designated to run
Current website:

Site Members:
- Cherie Ellis (Chair)
- Steve Ellis (co-chair)
- Mark Foster
- Joel van Velden (Treasurer)

Community members:
- Andrew Ruthven
- Josh Stewart
Active subcommittee

LOGIN is a LUG for people in the Newcastle and Hunter region of NSW Australia. The main focus of the group is Linux and FOSS.

Gabriel Noronha
Steve Lindsay
Ben Meroli
Active subcommittee

To provide an Australian mirror of both local and international Free and Open Source software and related multimedia content.

Maintain the mirror server hardware and software.
Assess, respond to and action requests for specific content.
Liaise with bandwidth / colo provider.

Steven Hanley
Mirror team report
Active subcommittee

Organisers of PyConAu.

Clinton Roy