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.

Retired 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.
Retired 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
Retired subcommittee

The team in charge of organising Joomla! Day Melbourne 2013.

Pete Nurse (Convenor)
Heide Robson (Treasurer)
Retired 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.
Retired subcommittee

To organise and run a Joomla!Day conference in Sydney in late 2013.

Coordinator: Tim Plummer
Treasurer: Robert Fairhead
Assistant Treasurer: Peter Bui
Retired subcommittee

Organisers of PyConAu.

Clinton Roy
Retired subcommittee

Organisers of PyConAu.

Christopher Neugebauer
Joshua Hesketh
Matthew J. D'Orazio
Retired subcommittee

This subcommitte aims to organise and run a conference for WordPress:
Come join us for 2 full days of WordPress, Networking, & Gold Coast Culture.
It's not just for Developers - WordCamps welcome people of all levels of experience.
We'll even have sessions aimed at new users!

Lachlan MacPherson - Coordinator
Bronson Quick - Treasurer
Brent Shepherd - Coordinator
Dion Hulse - Coordinator
Russell McCurdie - Coordinator
Retired subcommittee

The Melbourne Wordcamp Team

James Collins
Brent Shepherd
Anthony Cole

James Collins
Retired subcommittee

The purpose of the subcommittee is to co-ordinate and organise WordCamp Melbourne, planned, at this stage for early in February 2013. The purpose of WordCamp, with this event, as with its predecessors is to promote and extend the use of WordPress, and to foster collaboration, connection and contribution among WordPress users in Australia, and to some extent, New Zealand.

Dee Teal - Lead Organiser - Co-Signatory
Aaron Rutley - Organiser - Co-Signatory
Tracey Kemp - Treasurer
Anthony Hortin - Member
Peter Wilson - Member
WordCamp Melbourne 2013