Linux.conf.au 2018

From the website: Starting as CALU (Conference of Australian Linux Users) in 1999 and now known as linux.conf.au (LCA). LCA is a conference about the Linux operating system, Free and Open Source software and hardware and the thriving and diverse communities that have grown around its encompassing philosophies. Run in a different Australian or New Zealand city each year by a team of local volunteers, LCA regularly attracts more than 500 people to learn about and to help shape the future of Open Source. linux.conf.au last came to Sydney in 2007. More recently, LCA2016 was held near Melbourne in Geelong, Victoria and LCA2017 visited Hobart, Tasmania.
Organizer Linux Australia
From wikipedia: Linux Australia is the national, Australian Free and Open Source Software Community organisation.[1] It was founded in 1997 and formally incorporated in New South Wales as a non-profit organisation in 1999. Linux Australia aims to represent Australian Free and Open Source Software communities and to support and collaborate ...

From wikipedia:

Linux Australia is the national, Australian Free and Open Source Software Community organisation.[1] It was founded in 1997 and formally incorporated in New South Wales as a non-profit organisation in 1999. Linux Australia aims to represent Australian Free and Open Source Software communities and to support and collaborate with related groups, including Linux User Groups in Australia.

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When?

Mon, Jan. 22 - Fri, Jan. 26, 2018

Where?

University of Technology Sydney
Sydney, New South Wales 2000
Australia

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