Jan 222011

For most people they will know that there is only 2 more sleeps till an awesome linux.conf.au (lca2011) in Brisbane, at the Qld. University of Technology – Kelvin Grove Campus. As most people will know from identi.ca, twitter, email and website updates – the lead up to the conference has been fraught with many challenges, […]

Nov 072010

With just over 24hrs to go till registrations close for lca2011 we only have a few early bird registrations left to sell which means it is very likely that they could close before midnight on the 8th November. If you are keen to grab one of these discounted registrations then please make sure you visit […]

Oct 212010

Some great news – Dr Vint Cerf is to be a keynote speaker at lca2011 – http://linux.conf.au.  Widely known as one of the “Fathers of the Internet,” Cerf is the co-designer of the TCP/IP protocols and the architecture of the Internet.  For more information please see the oficial announcement on the lca2011 web site – […]

Oct 142010

yippee! lca2011 registrations are now open – here is a direct link to the prices http://lca2011.linux.org.au/register/prices.  Please note that there have been a few changes to things this year, though we have tried to keep prices as low as possible for a the 5 day conference.  There is also a new miniconf this year which […]

Oct 032010

The third confirmed keynote speaker for lca2011 is the Chief Scientist at the Asia Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC), the Regional Internet Registry serving the Asia Pacific region. He is an author and researcher who has been closely involved with the development of the Internet for many years, particularly in Australia, where he is known […]

Sep 232010

The second confirmed keynote speaker for lca2011 is the original author of Sendmail, co-founder and Chief Scientist of Sendmail, Inc., and co-author of Sendmail, published by O’Reilly and Associates.  lca2011 gives a hearty welcome to Eric Allman. We know that his work has had a profound effect on how  people across the globe have communicated […]