[Linux-aus] LCA2006 (was: Broome 2006)
xfesty at computeraddictions.com.au
Thu Jan 22 13:22:01 UTC 2004
On 22/01/2004, at 3:43 PM, Shane Stephens wrote:
> As nice as Tasmania looks, Australia has already hosted an LCA, this
> year (2004) (and last year, and the year before, and the year
> in fact. How about giving New Zealand a chance to host one first
> revisiting Australia?
Linux.Conf.***AU*** in NZ... what the heck?
Nice idea maybe, and I know flights to<->from NZ are cheap these days,
but you'd probably scare off most the aussie regulars.
My vote is for Melbourne :-)
> Bring on Dunedin for LCA2006!
> On Thu, 2004-01-22 at 15:56, Matthew Williams wrote:
>> As nice as Broome looks, Western Australia has already hosted an LCA,
>> year(2003) in fact. How about giving all the other Australian states
>> territories which haven't hosted an LCA yet to host one first before
>> revisiting Australian states and territories which already have
>> hosted an
>> LCA! With the Australia Capital Territory hosting an LCA in 2005 this
>> the Northern Territory and Tasmania whom are yet to host an LCA. After
>> sitting in hot classrooms with no air conditioning in Adelaide for
>> my preference would be to go somewhere cooler, bring on Tasmania for
>> Matthew Williams
>> "Leon Brooks" <leon at cyberknights.com.au> writes...
>>>> I think the big aim of Leon's little slideshow was to make people
>>>> think a little bit outside of the square and consider that LCA
>>>> doesn't necessarily have to be run in a capital city, or even a big
>>>> capital city.
>>> True. Although let this not distract you from the actual possibility
>>> really running an LCA in Broome - maybe in 2007 since 2006 seems to
>>> fiercely contested.
>>> For the curious non-attenders, the slideshow is up here:
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