Meeting at Linux.conf.au in Canberra

I’ll soon be lucky to be able to be in a plane for some 20 hours in order to reach down under and be in Linux.conf.au in Canberra ! It will be my second time in Australia after my previous presentation on MondoRescue in Sydney in 2007. This time I’ll organize the cross-distributions MiniConf on Tuesday the 29th of January 2013.

And I’m so happy to have fantastic speakers such as Bdale Garbee or Monty Taylor among others ! I anticipate it will be a great Miniconf. So fell free to come and participate, you’ll have the best people to give you answers :-)

And as usual, if you want to talk about packaging, disaster recovery, open source or early music, feel free to come by and talk with me. I look forward discovering another part of thies great country in two weeks.

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4 Responses to “Meeting at Linux.conf.au in Canberra”

  1. brunocornec Says:

    The Corss-Distro MiniConf Agenda is now online and detailed at https://lca2013.linux.org.au/wiki/Miniconfs/CrossDistributionLinux

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  3. Meeting at Linux.conf.au in Perth | Bruno Cornec's Blog Says:

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    […] I passed my time in OpenStack one. The track was organized by Michael Still of Rackspace who was last year Conference Director and made probably the most interesting session of the week in introduction, […]

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