Sep 212010
 

lca2011 is really ramping up with lots of work happening behind the scenes, however, the latest development has been the public release of the conference schedule (draft format at present).  This can be found at http://lca2011.linux.org.au/programme/schedule and I am really sure there is something there for most people.  The call for papers for the miniconfs […]

Sep 142010
 

The lca2011 team have been working hard to come up with a selection of awesome and inspiring keynote speakers for lca2011.  Consequently, Mark Pesce, an inventor, writer, educator and broadcaster, has accepted an invitation to be a keynote speaker for the conference.  Many may be familiar with Mark as a panelist and judge on the ABC’s […]

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Aug 272010
 

After a long couple of nights reviewing miniconfs for lca2011, it looks like we will be making some really awesome announcements very soon.  I think we have chosen a large selection of miniconfs that will really capture the interests of everyone in the community – though we have some logistics to still discuss.  The papers […]

Aug 232010
 

The last couple of months have been really hectic with so much happening on every front – except the free diving and scuba diving front.  However, the good news in all of this chaos and lack of diving, is that the call for proposals for lca2011 has seen some excellent submissions which is going to […]

Aug 082010
 

Some great news for those who have not yet submitted their proposals for lca2011 – the call for proposals (cfp) has now been extended to the 14th August, 2010.  The team will still be accepting proposals in each of the categories; papers tutorials miniconfs posters If you have forgotten about the conference or have just […]

Jul 152010
 

Its been a while coming – but finally the lca2011 call for papers has been announced – please go to http://lca2011.linux.org.au/ for more information on this.  This year the lca2011 team has also made a call for Posters in addition for the common call for Presentations, Miniconfs and Tutorials.  If you know of people that […]